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Which is better? White Macbook or Macbook Pro?


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Hello guys. In the near future, I want to purchase a Macbook on my own. I'm not sure of the prices, and I think White MacBook and MacBook Pro are great, but through your advice, which of these two are recommended and guaranteed stable?

Can anyone leave an advice here? Thanks!
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First things first. What do you plan on doing with your fancy new computer?
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They both are quality products. It kind of depends on what you are going to be doing.

There is quite a price difference between the two, and you may or may not need the power that comes with the MBP.

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You want to compare a $1000 Mac to a $2500+ Mac?

Which is better depends on what you "need" it for.

As for stability, one is as stable as the other.

Nothing is "guaranteed". It is after all a machine and machines break. There's not a single company in the world that can manufacture a piece of machinery or electronics and have 100% no failure rate. However, Apple does have a warranty on all of their new machines. They also have the top ratings among their users in satisfaction categories from several places including the latest consumer reports.

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