If I should be completely objective I should say sure: because Apple supply great software for any kind of creative production, you can have official office support, and all that kind of stuff. BUT! And this is a huge but...
Apple had many years of perfecting of logging everything, what their users do, they don't give out your name and these kind of things, but they do sell your "profile" to other companies, so they can make money of advertising and btw, I think Apple is the only company, which does not take a loss on HW sales to make it up with SW sales. They do want to have a profit on everything what they do. Their stuff is awesome, but repairability is sh*t and everything is over-hyped and over-priced the same time.
I think the same can be said about Microsoft's HW and Software stuff, though they give it to you with more services, especially when it comes to gaming, and sometimes completely free. You pay with your data.
And you know, the whole marketing (I majored in marketing and we did a paper about snob effect and how it wins over people to buy expensive stuff to make them feel better, ugly sh*t), the consumerism what they do to people: you deserve it, you should buy it, cause it will make you feel better, and show it to others, show how awesome you are, and it will make you feel better, etc. See the pattern? Good, and you know what, if you wanna do that, then it's fine, as soon as you have the funds, then go. No one will judge you. I will certainly not. It is safe, it is comfortable, that is why it is expensive: you pay with money and your data. This is how it works nowadays. Anyone can be socially over-emotional, while crying for free stuff, but it is not how it works. If you wanna hide, you gotta pay for it, and it is expensive too.
What I want to do now though, is to turn this around. I decided to move myself from these comfortable products to challenge myself. I want to buy soon a good and powerful PC from frame.work, or System76 or a Lenovo Thinkpad T series machine or something similar, there are options, which have great Linux support out of the box and make it work. Now, I am fully on Linux using a Yoga 530, which was not even possible to use on Linux on, when it came out, and now everything works. I did not fix the fingerprint scanner yet, but turns out: I did not try to use for 1 month since I am on Zorin, so I might not even need it...
So I'll have this laptop with me, I'll have an OS, which does not spy on me, which is 100% customizable, which I can study on, which I can game on and use it as a computer. Which does not want me to buy stuff and where I can store all my stuff privately and safely. Do I need to work on this to keep it working and educate myself to be better at computer science? Yes! Is it a bad thing? No! Cause your brain will work only if you give it problems to solve and keep yourself entertained. This is your decision to make.
Sorry, it is very long, but I think this is how I think about this after many years or tinkering and trying out stuff.