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Which Apple Mac computer should you buy?

When it comes to purchasing an Apple Mac you may need a little guidance. Fortunately, we’re quite familiar with Apple’s Macs, and we’re happy to help you choose the right Mac for you.

Which Apple Mac computer should you buy?

When it comes to purchasing an Apple Mac you may need a little guidance. Fortunately, we’re quite familiar with Apple’s Macs, and we’re happy to help you choose the right Mac for you.

The first question to ask yourself is are you looking for a Laptop or a Desktop?

  • Laptops are great for moving around while desktops need to have a set place to stay.
  • Laptops have batteries so they can operate without power while Desktops require a power point nearby.
  • Desktops generally have more storage space if that it what you need.

Once you have decided if you need a laptop or desktop find that computer that best describes what you want to use your Apple Mac for.

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Laptop

Apple's Laptop line up consists of 3 different models, MacBook, MacBook Air and the MacBook Pro.


The MacBook Air is ideal for the budget conscious. It’s also for anyone who is always on the go, doesn’t want to be bogged down by a regular-size laptop, and needs a computer that’s more versatile than an iPad.

Buying Advice: The MacBook Air is a great affordable laptop for someone who does general-purpose work and moves around a lot, such as a student or a self-employed person. Since the MacBook Air is at the lower end of Apple’s laptop lineup in terms of price, you won’t find the Retina display that’s on the MacBook Pro or the MacBook. Also, you can’t easily upgrade the storage after purchase, so you should buy the model with the largest amount of storage you can afford.


The MacBook is made for users who prioritize mobility over everything else, including features and performance.

Buying Advice: The MacBook is for anyone who’s constantly on the go and seldom needs to connect devices—be prepared to carry a bunch of adapters if you have to make connections. The MacBook seems like a good indicator of what direction Apple plans to go with its laptop line: thinner with fewer connectors. Even if you decide not to go with a MacBook, it’s good to take a look at it and prepare yourself for what’s coming. Although the MacBook is the future it is very similar to the MacBook Air however the MacBook Air is a lot cheaper. If money is not a issue go for the Macbook.


The MacBook Pro is for the demanding user who wants a portable computer that also performs well. MacBook Pro models sit at the top of the performance chart of Mac laptops.

Buying Advice: For the most demanding mobile Mac user—someone whose work requires a lot of processing power—the MacBook Pro is the ticket. The 13-inch MacBook Pro hits a sweet spot for price and performance. The money that separates the two 15-inch MacBook Pro models is a hefty chunk of change; the MacBook Pro is the top-of-the-line Mac laptop, offering the strongest performance. If your work mostly involves Internet access and other productivity tasks, however, go for a MacBook Air.


Desktop

Apple's Desktop line up consists of 3 different models, Mac Mini, iMac and Mac Pro


The Mac Mini is targeted a first time Mac users. If you’re switching from a PC, you can use your PC’s keyboard and mouse with the Mac mini. The Mac mini is also ideal as a secondary Mac in your home, and it can integrate into your home entertainment center.

Buying Advice: For new Mac users switching from a PC, the Mac mini is an excellent machine, if you don’t mind not having the latest processors. It’s a great choice for shoppers on a budget, or for someone who wants a second computer in the home. It handles everyday usage well. If, however, you want to use a Mac as a production machine for video editing or some other task that requires substantial processing power, consider an iMac.


The iMac is great for both novices and demanding users. It can handle general-purpose and heavy-duty tasks equally well. It’s ideal for someone who needs to buy a complete computer setup (keyboard, mouse or trackpad, and display) and wants to maximize workspace efficiency.

Buying Advice: For new Mac owners, the iMac is a good alternative to the Mac mini, providing a nice performance increase. If performance is your top priority, consider a Fusion Drive upgrade. On a 21.5-inch iMac, the 8GB of RAM should be fine.


The Mac Pro is ideal for professionals who work with applications that use as many processing cores as possible—video-editing applications, image-editing software, 3D programs, and the like.

Buying Advice: If you are doing professional work and require extreme processing capability, the Mac Pro will serve you well. If you’re a power user who doesn’t need expansion capability and uses iLife often instead of any pro apps, consider choosing an iMac or a Retina MacBook Pro instead.