Which MacBook should you go for?
If you're in the market for a 13-inch laptop, you might be deciding between the new MacBook Air and the new MacBook Pro. You're probably torn between the two, and according to CNET, that's because the laptops have gotten more similar in the past month. However, whether you opt for the Air or the Pro, there are affordable MacBook repair services available to keep your thin silver computer in optimal condition.
"Last year, I thought Apple MacBook buyers in 2012 wouldn't suffer the confusions of picking a 13-inch MacBook, because I thought there would be only one product: a fusion MacBook Air with some of the best Pro features incorporated," the news source said. "Alas, there is no such chimera. Entry-level 13-inch MacBook Air and Pro laptops now cost the same … but you'll still have to make a decision: do you value hard-drive space or portability? Weight or ports? Easy upgrades or faster boot times?"
CNET said the MacBook Air is more likely to be a laptop for those who want a "basic, go-to laptop," adding that the Air is less likely to be obsolete in two years. Positives of the Pro include it has a lot of storage and is better for those who like multiple ports and flexibility.
No matter which laptop is purchased, iResQ offers high-level MacBook repair in case the device breaks down. The accredited repair company can fix issues like damaged screens, broken speakers and more in a timely manner.