What makes Mac different?

    • Say goodbye to viruses

    Everything you do with your Mac is protected by strong privacy and security features. That’s because data security is built into everything Apple makes, from beginning to end. macOS is engineered with advanced technologies that are constantly working together to keep your Mac and the information on it safe.

    • Just about anyone can use one

    macOS comes standard with a wide range of assistive technologies that help people with disabilities experience what the Mac has to offer, providing features you won’t find in other operating systems. These include VoiceOver, FaceTime, Switch Control and text to speech, all designed to help anyone get more out of Mac.

    • Fully compatible with Microsoft Office

    Easily transfer your files, photos and other data from a Windows PC to your Mac. Work with popular file types such as Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint documents as Microsoft have developed versions of these programmes that run on Mac.

    • Access to files from anywhere on any device

    iCloud is the magic behind the seamless experience on Apple devices. Create files on your iPhone on the run and access it from your home Mac automatically. There is no need to do manual transfers.

    • No extra software costs

    With every Mac, you get a collection of powerful built-in apps that will see you through your day-to-day activity or even the occasional creative project. Pages, Keynote and Numbers are the Mac equivalent to Word, PowerPoint and Excel. Create and edit photos, videos and music like a pro with Photos, iMovie and GarageBand.

    • macOS High Sierra ready

    macOS High Sierra introduces new core technologies that improve the most important functions of your Mac. From omproving the way data is stored, to unleashing the power the the graphics processors when you watch videos. Get this, and so much more from the latest macOS launching later this year with your current Mac. The new operating system will be compatible with iMac from late 2009, MacBook Pro from mid 2010, MacBook Air from late 2010, MacBook from early 2015, Mac Pro from mid 2010 and Mac mini from mid 2010.

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