there are two sides with sworn armies of loyalists, locked eternally in a struggle for dominance. We’ve seen it played out so many times: Android vs iOS, Xbox vs PlayStation, Canon vs Nikon, FIFA vs Pro and of course MacBook vs Pc, Which is the better platform? Is there even a true winner? Some of these questions cannot be answered for everybody but sure u will get to know what is the best for you. let’s check these multiple Points:
Apple has always known for the best design out there the build quality and the materials have been and still superb the ultra-slim MacBook does buck this trend somewhat, coming in a range of colors that include Gold and Rose Gold, or pink as most people would call it.
But the lack of ports and a low profile keyboard that severely divides opinion among users, the premium end of the market, where Apple also plies its trade, Microsoft has developed the Surface Pro 4 and Surface Book both of which are hugely desirable creations. HP, who almost left PC manufacturing entirely a few years ago, now it’s coming back and more pc manufacturers like Asus and Dell are putting more time to the design, the overall user experience to produce a high-end PCs that look and feel a close enough to a MacBook, now everybody uses good durable materials like aluminum and magnesium and even carbon fiber in Dell XPS for example
Apple’s biggest strength is that it designs its own hardware and software. This gives the company the power to make an operating system and suite of apps that are tailor-made and optimized for the Mac. Apple can also plan out new Mac hardware based on the software it’s currently developing. In fact, Apple has designed all of the hardware and software it takes to work seamlessly.
In another hand, we found that Microsoft always struggles with finding the drivers to each PC manufacturer for each and every device that connect to the motherboard those drivers need time and sometimes a config touch from the user to keep the device cool … but still the Windows 10 is pretty functional OS and it brings everything together for seamless user experience.
Apple also designs the whole ecosystem together for instance if I take a photo on my iPhone, it’s automatically synced through iCloud to my iPad Pro and iMac without any external software. I can also send text messages and iMessages to my contacts through my iPhone, and Mac or just starting a conversation on one device and continuing it on another… we don’t find this anywhere else…
One reason why this ecosystems is hold together is because Both Mac OS X, the operating system used on Apple’s desktop and notebook computers, and Linux are based on the Unix operating system, which was developed at Bell Labs in 1969 by Dennis Ritchie and Ken Thompson.
The operating system used on Apple’s iPhones, now called iOS, is derived from Mac OS X and therefore also a Unix variant.