A lot of we know and work with are new to the Mac platform. There are several reasons why they switch: They are tired of the problems they’re having with Windows PCs; they have an iPhone or another Apple device that they’re happy with; and they have friends, family or other trusted people who tell them about their own experience. They also have a lot of questions. Here are some of the basics we cover with them.
Topping today’s announcements, Apple unveiled a number of new and sleek devices, including a major update to both their laptop and desktop lines.
Popularity gets a makeover: The first device is an addition to the MacBook Pro line. The “world’s most popular notebook” now comes in a 13-inch size with retina display for crisp and highly detailed graphics, which also reduce eye strain. Coming in at a resolution of 1680×1050, the laptop is able to handle an impressive amount of computing, including HD video while rending audio and photo graphics. The device adheres to the same rigorous design standards as previous iterations, and is constructed out of aluminum and glass.
The Classic Upgrade: The second and arguably more impressive announcement is the update to the iMac line, which has not significantly...