I have been using a Macbook Air for the last 4 years. I am thinking of getting an iMac to avail of a larger screen.
I was just going to buy the screen itself (please don't recommend buying a different brand monitor (i'm an apple sucker...)) however due to the price it would probably make more sense to get the iMac with the monitor too.
What's the story with linking your Mackbook and iMac so that you can work from either machine and access the same files and apps etc. Is there such a system in place? Thanks in advance for your help.
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