College students who use iPhones and other Apple products have seen how reliable the company’s technology can be and might be more willing to pay more for a Mac when shopping for a laptop, Stafford said. Mac’s sleek style and popular marketing campaigns, he added, don’t hurt.
“Apple has sort of become a religion for some people,” he said. “Going into an Apple store—it’s definitely an experience.”
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