Which of Apple's Macs Should you Purchase?
 
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Which of Apple's Macs Should you Purchase?

There is a Mac for just about everyone. Apple has made sure of that. If you are looking for your next (or first) Mac, you are in the right place. This article is all about the options when it comes to the Mac line of computers. You'll be sure to find the right Mac for you by the time you've finished reading.

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The MacBook

The 2016 MacBook is Apple's latest MacBook laptop released to the market. It's lighter and smaller than the MacBook Air. For users who want a mobile computing experience, this laptop is a great option. There are two models of the MacBook at different price points. The 1.1GHz MacBook offers 256 GB of flash storage. The $1,599 model has 512GB of flash storage. Both options include 8GB of memory with an integrated Intel HD processor for graphics.

The Retina display of the MacBook offers a high-res display that is a wonderful option for gamers and those who like to enjoy movies and television from their laptop. And who doesn't enjoy the odd Youtube video or streaming video?

The MacBook Pro

With the latest released in October 2016, the MacBook Pro is another option in the Mac line of computers. It has a high-density display that gives images a smooth, crisp look. The display is so smooth that you cannot discern the individual pixels. For users who want a mobile computing experience without giving up any features, the MacBook Pro is the tablet to have.

The MacBook Pro are the top performing Mac computers, and are available in 13 and 15 inch screen sizes. Each screen size has different iterations available to choose from. The lowest priced MacBook Pro starts at $1,499 for a thirteen inch model and the highest priced MacBook Pro is the fifteen inch. The lowest priced MacBook Pro computer doesn't have the Touch Bar, but all others do.

The MacBook Air

The MacBook Air is one of Apple's more affordable laptops, designed for those who are budget conscious but still want to have an Apple computer. They are also good for those who are always on the go and want to have a laptop instead of a tablet. There are currently two 13-inch models in rotation. There used to be an 11-inch MacBook Air but they are no longer available to the public. You can probably still buy them refurbished.

There are two MacBook Air models still being produced right now. They both have a 1.6GHz dual-core Core i5 processor with 8 GB of Ram. The difference is the storage. The $999 model has 128 GB of storage, while the $1,199 model has double at 256GB.

The iMac

If you want a desktop computer as opposed to a laptop, you might want to take a look at Apple's iMac. These were originally released in the last quarter of 2015. There are two iterations- the iMac and the iMac with Retina display. The iMac offers top performance in a built-in display. Whether you need heavy-duty computer power or you are a lightweight user, the iMac is a contender for a desktop computer.

The two models that are currently available in the iMac range are the 21.5-inch model or the 27-inch model. The 21.5 inch iMac is the entry level computer. It has a dual-core 1.6GHz Core i5 processor with an Intel HD Graphics 6000 graphics. The hard drive is 5,400 rpm. You are not able to upgrade the memory for this model after you buy it, so you might want to do that initially if you foresee yourself using a lot of memory.

The iMac with Retina display has a high-resolution display and It's mainly for professionals who work with high-resolution videos, images, and photos. It can also be used for users who simply want the best that money can buy.

No matter what kind of computer you need, Mac offers something for your budget along with your needs. And you can bet that Apple will continue to make computers that offer the very best computing power for their fans.