Clearly, Apple has set its computers distinct from most computers available on the market. A common difference most would agree is in its use. For the creatives and work-related uses, get a Mac. For gaming, get a Windows since it supports most games.

With Windows computers, regardless of brand, becoming a possible choice now even for the creatives and businessmen, getting an Apple one may seem less efficient. However, Apple’s computers are not being left in the race. With its continued development, Apple’s computers are crawling back up in the gaming industry as well.

This boils down to the specifications. As much as Apple sets its clear differences, its system is more or less powered by the same hardware as Windows. They use Intel’s processors and graphics as well. Others even support AMD graphics cards. Trying to stay up in their game, Apple would, of course, use only the latest of these processors and graphics cards. Their latest computers only use 7th Generation Intel processors with graphics that suit best for their display which is arguably the best feature about Apple’s computers. Apple boasts of its retina display available in even the highest resolutions and aspect ratios. Their keyboard and mouse pads for laptops are truly something else when comparing to other computers especially their Multi-Touch gestures

feature and of course the more recently released Touch Bar and Touch ID features.

To get the latest of Apple’s computers, customers in Canada may get theirs from one of these Apple Stores:

Alberta

Calgary – Chinook Centre

Calgary – Market Mall

Edmonton – Southgate Centre

Edmonton – West Edmonton

British Columbia

Columbia – Burnaby – Metrotown

Coquitlam – Coquitlam Centre

Richmond – Richmond Centre

Surrey – Guildford Town Centre

Vancouver – Oakridge Centre

Vancouver – Pacific Centre

Ontario

Burlington – Mapleview Centre

London – Masonville

Markham – Markville Shopping Centre

Mississauga – Square One

Newmarket – Upper Canada Mall

Ottawa – Bayshore Shopping Centre

Ottawa – Rideau Centre

Toronto – Eaton Centre

Toronto – Fairview

Toronto – Sherway Gardens

Toronto – Yorkdale

Waterloo – Conestoga

Quebec

Brossard – DIX30

Laval – Carrefour Laval

Montreal – Sainte-Catherine

Pointe-Claire – Fairview Pointe Claire

Quebec – Place Ste. Foy

Others

Manitoba – Winnipeg – Polo Park

Nova Scotia – Halifax – Halifax Shopping Centre