Since Apple gadgets are less common than PCs, there are less viruses designed for OS X. Furthermore, because Apple strictly controls the software on its devices, modern systems have far less bloatware.
Apple is well-known for its superior customer service. It's difficult to make a straight comparison because there are so many different PC manufacturers, but Apple does a wonderful job at backing up its goods in general.
Macs are more likely than PCs to incorporate fresh advancements into their design. Apple can move more swiftly when there is a hardware innovation like USB-C because they only have one vendor.
The most significant benefit of a PC is its lower cost. Because there are so many PC manufacturers, a large choice of devices at various price ranges is available. Only the most powerful and expensive PCs can compete with Apple's pricing.
Despite Apple's best efforts, PCs provide greater potential for touch screens. Laptops can be converted to tablets, desktops can use touch screen monitors, and tablets can be used like PCs thanks to Windows 8 and Windows 10.