Have you used a ThinkPad? Reliability, quality and repairability.
Only apple have managed to destroy the concept of repairability. Even no brand Chinese clone junk is pretty repairable.
Apple are trying to force a disposable model on computing which is completely not justifiable based on their initial cost.
In contrast, when my Apple laptop breaks under warranty, I have to trek to the Apple store, they repair, it never breaks again. You never really get it until you own one on why this is so awesome.
I've had a fair amount of apple kit - I've found it to be hideously unreliable, clunky and of dubious design. Detail things such as power isolation is not possible which bit me hard after I had an MBP catch fire just out of warranty.
I don't buy the whole quality argument. Its a perception - not a reality.
Which, by the way, is the only type of repair the other laptop manufacturers ever offered to me.
Considering the SSD and battery have the shortest lifespan of all components I can't fathom why they decided to make them non replaceable. Even in worst case scenarios, it's a recyclers nightmare.
Outside Starbucks and excessively middle class areas, cheap is king.