Exactly. People are focused too much on the money and forget about other things. On my company 99% of us have Apple ecosystems, only the 3D department have Windows devices which apparently are better for 3D related designs.Guru wrote:I’ve had Samsung Galaxy’s and now iPhone. I honestly don’t miss system or my personal apps crashing on me. In the last 3yrs, I’ve had Apple apps crash probably about 3-5 times. On my Android phone, they use to crash multiple times daily. I find Apple apps and devices much more solid. I find Android doesn’t care what people post on their stores. So long as it can be downloaded.
Also, Apple proves that more ram etc does not equal better performance. Size doesn’t matter. It’s how you use it. You know, like that thing between your legs
My best friend (also works in this company) hated Apple, he was a serious pain in the ass, but he was forced to switch to Apple to keep on working and now he loves it. 0 crashes, fluid system, and we reduced our SAT department to just a couple guys.
Some people don't remember the good old days when Windows 98, 2000 or the latest 7 used to paralyze an entire department and dozens of PC's just because of the bugs and lame updates. What a pleasure doing extra hours to fix it!