Yes I know about this dude. He does talk about the faults in apple products. He can't really say faults about windows products because there is a vast majority of windows laptops. Apple products are engineered well, they might have a few problems here and there but what laptop doesn't?Heater wrote: ↑Sat Oct 06, 2018 7:13 pm
Firstly, Louis Rossman spends his life fixing Mac's for a living.
Secondly, yes, Macs are repairable. By authorized Mac repair centers at great expense. See for example: "Apple REFUSED to Fix our iMac Pro:" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9-NU7yOSElE
Finally, news fresh in today: "Apple's New Proprietary Software Locks Will Kill Independent Repair on New MacBook Pros"
https://motherboard.vice.com/en_us/arti ... ent-repair.
Saw this video before. Even though apple could not fix their computer due to not enough people being trained, Apple still has the best customer service out there.
I am aware that apple does these things mainly for business, but third party repairs don't usually come with quality. For example a couple of years ago i took my iphone 4s to a third party dealer to get the screen replaced. Comparing it to my friends iphone4s, you could see it was of a lower resolution. Going straight to apple will ensure you quality. If you dont wanna spend 1000s on repairs, get AppleCare.
I've had 3 windows desktop computers from 2006-2012. Each computer died within 2 years. I got a iMac 21.5 " in 2012, its still up and running like the day it was turned on. 6 years+ with a Mac. Yes Macs are not good for gaming, only multitasking. My dad also bought a Macbook pro in 2012, still running fine, only thing needs replacing is the right speaker.
Anyways this forum post was not to talk about Apple and microsoft.