Less turnover and cheaper in the long run
On average, Macs tend to have a longer lifecycle than Windows machines. Typically, a Mac can sufficiently run for 3 years. But if you talk to any IT team that’s been supporting Macs, you’ll quickly see that you can potentially get up to 6 years out of one. Not saying 6 years should be your benchmark, but that’s definitely a possibility, especially if you’re handing it down to users that require less processing power.
According to a Forrester study, you could potentially save up to $800 thanks to the longer lifespan. And even if you don’t have a need to hand down computers, you can still make a little more by reselling them. Apple devices, overall, tend to have a better resale value.