How Apple Users are Taking Apple Macbook 2015

Came in existence in 2006, the MacBook needs no introduction as it is an Apple product and an established brand of notebook computers manufactured by Apple Inc. This year, we saw the newest edition

of Macbook notebook that comes with a two-pound design, stunning screen and comfortable keyboard. With these attributes, the MacBook puts a light upon the futuristic laptops. The Apple users have welcomed the new launch and they have mixed reviews. On one hand, it is eye-catching with a 12-inch Retina display with 2,304 x 1,440 resolutions. On the other hand, is available in the market at a high price tag and also lacks of ports. The newest version can be a gift for Apple Mac fans that give importance to portability and screen quality above all.


  • Eye-catching design, well-built
  • Tremendously thin and light
  • Fast disk speeds and startup times
  • Astoundingly comfortable keyboard
  • Gorgeous display
  • Includes more storage and memory at this price than many rival machines


  • Less comfortable touchpad than on other laptops
  • Only one USB Type-C port
  • Need to buy adapters separately
  • Can get warm on the bottom

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A review from some user shows a title “Display very sensitive and fails easily”
Pros: Lightweight and elegant
Cons: Retina display is a problem
“After less than 9 days of usage, the retina display developed lines covering 20% of the screen. Given the cost, I was using it very delicately indeed, so no idea how this could happen. You will find reports of this on the web, it is happening more and more, esp with the Macbook. Apple will say it is mechanical damage, but let me tell you, no one will use a Macbook roughly. So its a problem with the product.”

Another review from another user terms the new Apple notebook as “Excellent with a few caveats”
Pros: Thin, light, gorgeous, elegant
Cons: A little slow, battery is not outstanding
“I have become a convert from a die-hard open-source, Microsoft-driven, give-me-freedom-or-give-me-death PC/Android user to a complete Apple aficionado, complete with iPods, iPhones, iPads, and now this MacBook.”

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