Apple products are the revolution of technology as we know it today! all of their products are built to last extremely long time periods, and aren't too overpriced from my opinion. I could recommend anyone to get ANY Apple product, except for their old iPod shuffle, which would break if you got one drip of sweat on it!
The software engineering is top of the line. Build and component quality is medium for hardware--they don't expect you to keep it very long. Accessories are of VERY low quality (power chargers, USB cables, etc...). Many people seek aftermarket accessories to replace the lower quality OEM stuff. Their desktops always have outdated hardware unless you buy the ultra expensive models. People prefer Apples for design work but they provide no advantage. Apple no longer caters to design professionals or business users. It is a consumer product company.
I own/have owned and support many Apple products. I prefer custom built PCs for design and business use.
by skylergreene 6 years ago
Do you own any Apple products? Why or why not?Doing a little bit of research here. In my experience, people are rarely lukewarm towards Apple -- they're either "Apple lovers" who own multiple Apple products or "Apple haters" who don't own any. Do you fit into...
by OSBERT JOEL C 3 years ago
Why do people prefer Apple products than any others?
by Appreciate Life 7 years ago
What are the advantages of ''jailbreaking'' your apple products (iphone/ipod)??
by Missy 5 years ago
Are Apple products worth the hype?Apple products look pretty, but are they worth spending all that money on when for half the price can get you a decent windows pc/laptop/phone?
by Keith Ham 6 years ago
What sort of computer do you own and how are you liking it?Hi, I'm a bit of a tech-geek. And I've just picked up a powerhouse model of a Lenovo. I know right? Low end brand? Well, some of their more expensive models are not. I'm loving it. But I'd like to know what you got and how your fairing.
by junko 4 years ago
I remember when I was growing up in a community where there were small community supermarkets and appliance stores all around the town. There were Drug stores and hardware stores, bakeries, and fish markets in walking distance all over town. Walmart drove almost all of those small business...
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