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Your post is pure conjecture. Many of us work on both PCs and Macs - Apple parts are not any more expensive than that of Dell, Sony, HP, whatever. And Apple is using Microsoft hardware? Since when does Microsoft manufacture hardware? Oh, you mean their X-Box stuff they import from China? And since both Apple notebooks and PC notebooks use Intel chipsets and hardware, there is no difference.

Anyway, we're not here to argue with you over what's best. If you're having problems repairing a Mac, tell your customer to take it to an authorized Apple repair service center or Apple store where it will be repaired the right way.

Also, since this thread is obviously going nowhere it will be closed.
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