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IN Science & Technology ON 27 Aug, 2016
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A is for Apple, that's what we learnt in our childhood but as soon as we grew up and our teachers got replaced with Google, things changed a bit. Now if you search for Apple on Google, the very first page shows you nothing but some stylish modern-day inventions. That's how well has Apple Inc managed to publicize its products.
So today, let's grab an apple to eat while getting exposed to something that noone tells, ''Why not to buy any Apple product?''
While Apple products are many and the list of lackings are even more, let us take a few of their products like an Apple MacBook Air as example and dig in to the rotten side of the fruit, I mean Apple.
''An apple a lifetime keeps the happiness at bay''..
Now that Apple is also targetting the middle-class population or the lower income group, it has the responsibility to keep ''value for money'' at its priority. But the following comments and reviews tell a whole different story.
Beauty lies in the eye of the beholder and when talking about laptops, beauty lies lesser on how they look but more on how they perform. Here, a user is talking about the MacBook being a failure when professional softwares are to be run and ''repairing'' is a word that this hi-fi invention doesn't have in it's dictionary.
Point: Repairing charges are way too much if not in warranty.
Apple is claimed to exploit its app developers. It is also said to be a major patent aggressor. Coming to the spying part, Apple knows and has a track on every of your moves.These points are proof of something that we must note.
In his Facebook post that seems to be a legit and genuine one, he speaks out publicly not caring about anything of the problems he has been facing from months with his Apple MacBook Air.
While having technical problems can still be considered, what made him show his outrage on social media was the bad costumer care experience. He was totally rediculed only in a decent way by every Apple costumer care service where he went with his problem.
Point: Costumer service is bad.
The Apple battery is relatively difficult to access or replace. Also, a bigger problem is that any replacement from the user end is not advisable. This in itself marks as a major problem that almost every other Apple product user faces.
Point: 39.7 Watt-hour battery fails massively!
The 11.6 inch MacBook Air offers 1,366x768 resolution and the 13.3 inch MacBook offers 1,440x900 display. This specification, however, has not been able to satisfy its users who were hoping for a great LED Backlit display.
This ofcourse is a problem when the machine has to serve multiple i
As was already mentioned by one of the Apple users in the Facebook post shown earlier in the post, the battery life has never failed to disappoint its users.
Point: Heavy professional softwares might take life to run smoothly.
The hot-bottom problem and the unease that an Apple user(who is always in a hope for the best) faces with the keyboard is not a good news.
1.6GHz dual-core Intel Core i5 processor seems to be glittery only to eyes as when it comes to use, you might well get stuck at times.
The 720p FaceTime camera in the 13.5'' model has also fall short on the expectations. Also, Apple is very strict on managing their applications, and that's why, you never see third-party applications running on OSX or iOS unlike the case with windows.
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