If Apple is an American company... How come we don't see a sense of loyalty from the Americans to the level that the Canadian people have for BlackBerry?
What kind of loyalty are we talking about here? Apple is insanely profitable, their products are fairly popular, and roughly half the US population is reported to be using iPhones. I would say that is very impressive given the intense competition and the sheer variety of smartphones available in the market.
If anything, I would argue against blind loyalty. People have a choice, and a significant number are clearly opting for Apple products, despite their higher price tags and oft-criticised closed ecosystem. I say that speaks volumes about the quality and allure of their products, when you buy it of your own free will despite all these perceived drawbacks, rather than being "guilt-tripped" into supporting a local brand out of some misguided sense of patriotism.
That said, I wish Asia could get the same benefits. Our iTunes and ibooks selection is downright abysmal. No iTunes radio even.