Apple MacBook Pro support South Africa
Which is better and why
This may seem like an obvious choice however upon closer inspection the difference may change your mind. When the Apple retina display machines first came out the advantages of the normal Apple MacBook were not discussed. There is one key difference between the two machines in the long term (besides the retina display). And that is the longevity of the machine. By longevity we mean the machines capability to adapt to the ever increasing performance requirements of software. In previous articles we have discussed how Apple have ramped up their production of new Apple operating systems not to mention all native and 3rd party applications… What this results in is the bar being set higher and higher with each improvement from a performance perspective. The retina display machines don’t have any ability of being upgraded – besides the select few when they were first released. So in a year should you run out of space, Apple machine becomes slow or you need an additional Apple internal storage drive you are stuck.
What are the pro’s of the non-retina 13″ Apple MacBook Pro?
– Apple Hard drives can be upgraded from Apple SATA hard drives to Apple solid state
– The internal Apple CD drives can be exchanged for additional internal Apple storage using a specialised bracket
– Apple Hard drives may be upgraded to Apple fusion drives
– Apple RAM can be upgraded at any point
When making this purchase it’s something we suggest taking the time to consider. Most individuals and companies alike don’t buy Apple hardware for 8-12 months… If you are thinking of performing an Apple upgrade or buying a new Apple machine we are always available to advise and get the right machine for you.