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Re: Understanding the Apple Culture
I brought my first Apple product (The iPhone 3G) in 2008, I believe.
Originally Posted by openbook
I use various Apple products because they fit my current needs perfectly. In addition, they are well-made and well-supported.
Why do you use Apple products?
See my previous reply.
Is it because of the design or other factors?
The typical Apple user consist of people from all over the world and from a very wide age group.
What do you think the typical Apple user looks like?
I don't know. Do you have proof that Fans of Apple outnumber the fan of Windows? What about those who are fans of both? Where do they fit in?
Why do apple users have more of a fan following than users of windows?
In my experience, they're well-built, easy to use and just work.
What makes iPhones and the Mac OS unique?
I don't jailbreak any of my Apple device because they fit my needs as-is. Having said that, for those who are into jailbreaking their devices, I support their decision to jailbreak.
What are your thoughts on jailbreaking and have you done it before?
Do you meet face to face with Apple fans off of the forum?
I've been to an Apple Store in a couple of states, but never during an official launch.
Have you ever been to an Apple store for the first day of a product release and if you have can you tell me what that experience was like?
In my opinion, it's like the Disney experience without the characters.
What is it like going into an Apple store and what kind of experience do you get in the store?
There's no Apple culture. There is only Apple, the company, who sells a good deal of products and services all over the world that a great deal of people enjoy using.
If you have anything else that can help me understand the Apple Culture more that would be greatly appreciated.