New Apple's MacBook Pro A Disappointment, Users Are Shifting To Microsoft Surface Laptops?

By Samille Jan Abada , Updated Dec 12, 2016 08:38 PM EST
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Over the last few weeks, the newest MacBook Pro has received a lot of controversies from graphic issues and lack of legacy I/O ports to battery life concerns and more. It made Microsoft say that these issues may have lead MacBook users to switch into Microsoft Surface laptops and PCS.

According to a yearly review on the blog of Windows, it was confirmed that many Mac users made a switch because they are disappointed with the new MacBook Pro by Apple. On the other hand, these users are enticed by the innovations made with the Surface.

It was also posted that there is a high number Macbook users who engaged in the trade-in program, where they are credited for their MacBooks towards Microsoft Surface purchase. It is explained that the company ran a promotion for a limited time with higher valuations to make the trade-in happen.

It was also posted that people are excited about the new Surface products and that is one of the attributes why it grows tremendously. According to 9to5 Mac, Microsoft latest Surface Book laptop and the touchscreen of a Surface Studio were announced to be convertible into a desk drawing easel from an iMac form factor. However, it is worth noting that Surface Studio is certainly different from the iMac line.

According to The Verge, the main target of Microsoft is MacBook users. Meanwhile, the company announced that the Surface sale of Microsoft in November is the best month ever. But, there are still no data as to the number of sales they have obtained.

Of course, there are also different tales for other analysts. There are reports that the new Mac laptops are sold out in just five days. Phil Schiller, Apple SVP, said that the online sales record of the new MacBook Pro is impressive compared to any other items of Apple.

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