@joycedia Let's begin by looking at the last picture. That's a Pivot Chart made in Excel for the PC (i.e. on a Windows computer). So, you will never get a chart with the filter buttons inside it on a Mac.
Then, once you have made a pivot table from a data source, Excel can no longer suggest a "recommended chart" as the analysis has already been made in the pivot table. All you can do is create a pivot chart from that pivot table and reformat its components via the Design ribbon that appears when you select the chart.
Alternatively, select "Recommended pivot table" from the Insert ribbon to create a pivot table first and then add a Pivot Chart based on that table. If you are lucky you will get something you like. But, in most cases, the recommendations will not give you very useful suggestions.
Better to learn the basics of Pivot Tables, Pivot Charts and regular charts and obtain an understanding of how they work than to rely on Excel's built-in suggestions.