It is good quality kit, focused on (typical) user experience: like Windows done right. And, yes, as a Unix/Linux person I also get a bash shell and access to forty years of engineering excellence.
But it is difficult not to see the faults also:
- The one button mouse – a legacy of the 1980s and one that Apple must recognise is a poor one (why else have all those Ctrl dependent commands?
- The emphasis of design over function – no ethernet port, and a wireless performance massively below even the least powerful IBM compatible
- Audio that works out of the box – if you can ever hear it