Macs

Discussion in 'Gadgets & Tech Talk' started by Ken Anderson, Jun 25, 2016.

  1. Yvonne Smith

    Yvonne Smith Very Well-Known Member
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    I do not have a MacBook, @Joe Riley . But both Bobby and I have iPads that we have no problems with. My daughter and son (and his family) all have the big iMac computers, plus a MacAir, or maybe a MacBook, and their ipads and iPhones.
    Oh, yes, they all have the Apple Watch , too.
    Bobby and I just have the iPad and iPhone; but they are totally trouble free, and easy to do the updates when we do get one, which is actually not very often. I was just agreeing with what Ken was saying about the updates.
     
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    Mac updates are nearly always free, or very inexpensive too. That includes upgrades of Mac software too. Most of the developers of Mac software don't charge for upgrades, or might charge a very nominal fee for a major upgrade. There are some exceptions, but mostly in software that was first built for a Windows OS and adapted for Mac, as these will sometimes carry over the Windows pricing structures.
     
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