It’s gorgeous. Inside and out.
Since the software on every Mac is created by the same company that makes the Mac itself, you get a completely integrated computer that’s as secure, stable, and powerful as it is elegant and easy to use.
What’s inside a Mac? Only the world’s most advanced operating system and a suite of software that’s just as brilliantly designed as the computer itself. Watch the video
Recyclable glass and aluminum. A trip-proof power cord. A stunning display. Even the keyboard is beautiful. Get a closer look at a few of the design details that make a Mac a Mac. View gallery
Secure. Powerful. Compatible. Right out of the box.
A Mac has all the essentials built right in, including automatic protection from PC viruses, the latest wireless technology, advanced Intel chips, and a rock solid operating system that’s loaded with innovations.
Doesn't get PC viruses.
Designed with security in mind, Mac OS X isn’t plagued by constant attacks from PC viruses and malware. Likewise, it won’t slow you down with constant security alerts and sweeps. Every Mac is secure right out of the box, so you can safely go about your work — or play — without interruption.
With the latest Intel processors and other engineering leaps, a new Mac does all the things that only a Mac can do — at an astonishing speed.
Always up to date.
A Mac regularly checks for updates to Mac OS X and any included Apple software and automatically downloads them. So really, a Mac gets better with age.
Unlike other computers that require you to spend hours configuring devices, a Mac connects to your digital camera, wireless device, or external drive and just works. Really.
A Mac makes wireless easy. Networks automatically appear, and you can get on the Internet with a few clicks.
A conversation piece.
Lots of computers come with built-in cameras these days. But only a Mac comes with iChat software that lets you have four-way video chats,1 give presentations, and even share your screen with people all over the world.
Made for today
A Mac is built for the way people use computers today, both at home and at work.Yes. You can get on the Internet via wireless networks everywhere. Yes. You can connect to networks (both Mac and PC). Yes. You can run Microsoft Office. Yes. You can run Windows. More Frequently Answered Questions
- Broadband Internet access required for video chat;
fees may apply.
It has the world’s most advanced operating system. And then some.
Mac OS X Snow Leopard
No other operating system — Vista included — offers the innovation and simplicity of Mac OS X. With Mac OS X Snow Leopard, the Mac leaps even further ahead with new features that let you do more with less effort. Learn more
Jump-start your digital life.
Get a closer look at just a few of the amazing things you can do within minutes of bringing home a new Mac. View gallery
“Out of the box,” says Walt Mossberg, of the Wall Street Journal, “the Mac has better photo, music, video, and DVD-creation software than any Windows computer I’ve seen.” That software is called iLife, and it comes standard on every Mac. Learn more
iPhoto Print Products
Make professional-quality books, cards, and calendars. See them all
It’s a pleasure to buy and own.
We're number one in customer satisfaction.
From helping you find the perfect Mac to showing you how to get the most out of it, Apple makes it easy to buy and love a new computer. No wonder PC Magazine and the American Customer Satisfaction Index (ACSI) rate us number one in customer satisfaction.
We’ll help you shop.
Take a tour of the Apple Retail Store. Watch the introduction
Can’t get to a store? The Apple Online Store is the fastest, easiest way to configure and buy a Mac online. If you need help, just call 1-800-MY-APPLE.
We’ll give you support.
We’ll help you learn.
A Mac is made to be easy to use. But if you’re used to working on a Windows PC, you may want some help getting started. Luckily, a Mac comes with lots of options. Get customized One to One training at the Apple Retail Store. View hundreds of tutorials on Apple.com. Get help from others in Apple Support discussions.