The Mac is designed to provide the best computer experience you can have. Everything just works. And everything works together. That’s because Apple makes both the hardware and the software. So whether you’re accessing a Wi-Fi network or organizing your photos by faces or video chatting with friends, it’s all amazingly simple. And that’s just the beginning. Here are a few more reasons why so many people choose a Mac.
- It’s better at the things you do every day.
- You can do amazing stuff right out of the box.
- It’s a high-performance computer for everyone.
- Apple supports you and your Mac.
The first time you use a Mac, you’ll quickly discover the benefits of a single company making the hardware, software, and operating system. Take chatting, for instance. Every new MacBook has a built-in iSight camera that’s designed to work seamlessly with the iChat software. In practically no time, you can begin an audio or video chat with up to three people.1 And because everything is designed to work together, you can share an iPhoto slideshow or a video you made in iMovie.
A Mac also has Wi-Fi technology built in2 and can join wireless networks (even Windows networks) in a few clicks. Just select your network, enter a password if necessary, and you’re connected. There’s no configuration process or complicated setup. Like a lot of things, the Mac does it all for you.
A Mac is great at day-to-day things, too. It comes loaded with all the essentials for email, calendar, contacts, browsing the Internet, and much more. And since these applications are all made by Apple, they all work together perfectly. The Mac can also open Microsoft Office applications such as Word and Excel, and even run Windows — so it’s compatible with the PC world.3 With one exception: It doesn’t get PC viruses
How it‘s better
From managing your life to managing your files, everything gets simpler.
MacBook has something for everyone.
A Mac has all the essentials built right in, including automatic protection from PC viruses, the latest wireless technology, advanced Intel chips, and a rock solid operating system that’s loaded with innovations. Get a MAC