PhotoShop is the same on both but where does the Mac give you some edge?
1. Color consistency among models. Your average PC is rarely the same color on the display.
2. Apple gets to tune the system for smoother (most of the time) use.
You can fix the color issue with a color calibration and getting a nice IPS display.
So I'm not new to computers, but I'm newish to photo editing. In other words I understand some technical jargon. I'm going to be doing more editing and manipulating with my photography. I'm an amateur photographer, but I may try to sell a few photos in the future. I like iPhoto for very basic stuff. But I'm thinking of using Photoshop or Lightroom. So my question is: Are Mac's really better for photo editing than a PC? I've used PC's in the past as I've played around with photo editing for my own use. But before I go and dump the large sum on a Mac I want to make sure it's worth it. Or if I'd be able to find a good PC in the sub $900 range for my use.
My other uses for the computer will be internet surfing, video streaming, emailing, and listening to music. Thanks.