As Ed says, Macs are very accessible out of the box. There will be some
learning curve, but there is plenty of learning material on the Applevis.com
<http://applevis.com/> website. That’s how I learned; I paid for a year’s
one-to-one but I didn’t need to use it. I now use both PC and Macbook without
much difficulty at all.
On 21 Apr 2016, at 15:06, Edward Green <edward@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Yes, Voiceover comes as standard and it'll talk right out of the box.
The Macbook Air and Macbook Pro both have USB. The Macbook might too though
I'm not sure.
You can also copy your iTunes library using an external drive, though if you
want to save to it from the Mac, you may need to reformat it.
On 21 Apr 2016, at 14:56, Iain Lackie <ilackie@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
You could use iTunes Natch. This would give access to your iTunes library on
all your devices. You would have to pay, but I think it's worth it.
On 21 Apr 2016, at 2:20 pm, Spring Flower <spring.flower@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
how accessible are mac laptps, i assume that they'll come with voice over
already loaded as is the case with the iphones etc
do they come with usb slots etc
i have stuff on external drives from a windows laptop, woud it be hard worki
to get this stuff on a mac.
one of the things is my itunes library which i've inported from cd in to
itunes via a windows 7 sony vaio, how would i get5 that in to itunes on a mac
thanks and sorry for being so thick