I'll never buy a modern Apple product. They're overpriced, and they rip you off left right and center. They throttle back their iPhones according to how old the battery its (planned obsolescence), heck you can't even change the batteries. However, I do want an Apple II for my vintage computer collection and I remember when the first Macintosh arrived in the elementary school library around 1986 and was blown away by the GUI and the audio. Prior to that the only computers I had used were the Apple II, Atari 800 XL. and the Commodore 64 (Which I had at home and still have). When I went to school for graphic design everything was Mac. Mostly PowerMac G4s with the dreaded hockey puck mouse. Those things crashed left right and center. At that time I had a home built PC with a 800 Mhz Intel processor, 256 Mb RAM, and 20 Gb hard drive, Windows 98SE, and I did as many of my assignments on that as I could. So yeah, I'm a PC guy now and strictly run Linux except for my amateur radio computers which I run on XP. As for phones, I'm on the fence between /\/\otorola and Samsung.