In what appears to be a case of disparate impact, users of Windows and Android operating systems pay higher mortgage rates than Apple users.

Average offered 30-year fixed interest rates were 3.93 percent for Macintosh users — lower than for users of any other operating system.

The competitive rate reflects top credit ratings for Macintosh customers, who have an average credit score of 722 — the highest of any group.

Source: Mortgage Daily