Apple’s iPad and MacBook are two powerful devices that can be used to do a lot of things. The two of them are very different from each other, however, and that includes differences in design, capabilities and usefulness.
Here’s a quick guide that will help consumers choose between buying an iPad or a MacBook, per Cult of Mac. This is not exhaustive, but will give readers a basic overview as to what each device is best used for.
The MacBook generally offers more computing and processing power compared to the iPad. This translates to having the ability to do more complex and power-hungry tasks such as video and audio editing.
- Users will need to do a lot of writing