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I need a new laptop. Im thinking about a Macbook Air or Pro. Would you recommend these above other laptops. Im hoping to do nursing, Thank you.
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I use a MacBook Air, I’m a law student so we have a lot of writing to do and research, I’ve had no problems doing this on a MacBook Air!
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Personally unless you need macOS i wouldnt recommended a macbook
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Personally unless you need macOS i wouldnt recommended a macbook
Really? Is there any particular reason? Thanks so much
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Really? Is there any particular reason? Thanks so much
In general theyre 3-4x the price of a equivalent windows laptop
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I highly recommend getting a Mac, especially if you have an iPhone or iPad because it syncs up work. I’m always finding things on my iPhone that relate to my work, you can copy it on your phone and then paste it onto your MacBook and visa versa, you can also take screenshots on a MacBook, the sound is better than any windows I’ve had (I’ve had 4 laptops from windows), and it’s light weight
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Yeah it's expensive and much more useful for film editing or music production among other things from what I heard. It also makes it easier to get photos in and out your apple phones if you use them
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In general theyre 3-4x the price of a equivalent windows laptop
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I highly recommend getting a Mac, especially if you have an iPhone or iPad because it syncs up work. I’m always finding things on my iPhone that relate to my work, you can copy it on your phone and then paste it onto your MacBook and visa versa, you can also take screenshots on a MacBook, the sound is better than any windows I’ve had (I’ve had 4 laptops from windows), and it’s light weight
Thank you, i use an iPhone and ipad so the above info is great
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Thank you, i use an iPhone and ipad so the above info is great
Also, if you do notes on your phone, it comes up on your Mac, or if you do notes on your Mac then it’s on your phone. I find this really useful for lists and things.
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Also, if you do notes on your phone, it comes up on your Mac, or if you do notes on your Mac then it’s on your phone. I find this really useful for lists and things.
Makes sense, however latest edition no longer using intel, now using new M1 software. Im not at all technical, just from what ive read so wondering if I should wait to hear reviews!
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I currently have a Mac book air, having previously had a Mac book pro. They have both been more reliable than my previous windows laptops. My MacBook Pro that was bought 10 years ago still works!
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I currently have a Mac book air, having previously had a Mac book pro. They have both been more reliable than my previous windows laptops. My MacBook Pro that was bought 10 years ago still works!
Wow, can’t argue with that!
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