About Apple Computers
Apple Mac’s range of computers have something for every budgets and technical specification – but they all have one thing in common, style and elegance! Mac’s are no longer only for “creative business” types – they are now a real competitor to more traditional windows based PC’s for both home users and businesses.
Apple rarely publish coupon codes but they often have great special offers such as free printers with mac purchases and all products have FREE delivery. We will of course keep you up to date with the latest deals as well as news and reviews.
Why Apple Mac?
All new Apple Mac’s are ready to go out of the box, you can literally take it out of its packaging, switch it on and you are ready to use their preinstalled software applications such as iLife for home movies.
One of the main benefits of working with a Mac is there are less hardware / software conflicts so you can spend more time on your computer and less time working out was error messages mean (we’ve all been there on a PC!). The reason Mac’s “just work” is that the software applications are developed by the same people who create the operating system and the computer itself – something that does not happen with PC’s. In the unlikely event of you experiencing a problem one phone call will give you all the answers you need.
Run Mac OS X and Windows Simultaneously
Any Mac purchased from Apple is powered by the latest Intel processors. This is excellent as it means not only are you using the most cutting edge technology you can also run multiple operating systems. This means you can run the powerful inbuilt Mac OS X simultaneously with other operating systems such as Windows or the open source Linux via Parallels Desktop software.
Mac’s come ready to go with the latest industry standard technologies such as USB, FireWire, Ethernet and Bluetooth. This means it is simple to connect any of your electronic gadgets such as iPods and digital camera’s.
Anyone who has ever run a PC will have experienced the hell that is contracting an internet virus from the web or a rogue email attachment – problems you probably won’t have on a Mac. On a PC you need to purchase solid anti-virus software but Apple Mac’s are built on a stronger UNIX base which provides superior security. The main virus protection you need is actually built into the Mac operating system software which doesn’t allow programmes (malicious or otherwise) to make alterations to your computer or operating system without your approval (by entering your password). It is always wise to take on some form of virus protection though, and there are a lot of free virus protection apps available for the Mac such as Avast Free Mac Security.