Yeah, but I was in PC World today and those new Macs look so cool! Some of them are black and some are grey, and they're slightly cheaper than you'd think.
I like OSX, the new Macs and iTunes actually, it's just well overpriced.
Apple are corporate pigs. Their stuff is all proprietary so nobody else can use it, it's overpriced, iTunes Sharing/Music Store is so restricted (only 5 users connected a day to your music library (and only people on your own subnet can access it), and only allowed to authorise DRM tracks for 5 different computers... piss off).
For some reason, though, Apple don't seem to care if you install OSX on about a million different machines. I'm told it doesn't even ask for a serial number. Strange, seeing as it's their flagship product alongside the iPod.
iPod is too expensive. Plus, the special edition U2 iPod, bugger off. I'm not paying £300+ for a black-and-red version of the normal iPod that's endorsed by Bono, the biggest tosser of all time IMHO. And who needs videos on an MP3 player? Yeah, let's just fit a fully equipped operating theatre, as well as a donkey sanctuary, to the next model, and we can charge $800 for it. People'll still buy it, blinded by faith, brand loyalty, hype, lies and white plastic, and Apple laugh all the way to the bank.
Think about it, folks. If you think MS are bad, Apple are learning from them. MS are straightening out... you can't download Apple software for free through an Academic program like you can with MS.
Apple just keep releasing things, what next? iWank? iShotJFK?
Watch this space, kiddies.
EDIT: Just read what I wrote. I am losing my mind.
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