Yes, I’m an Apple guy

So after quite a few days from my last post, I’ve finally gotten some time to write a new post! Today I’m going to be talking about my obsessive compulsive disorder with Apple products… They’re just magic to my hands.

First of all… what does it mean to be an apple guy? Pretty obvious… It means to love, spread and share your apple products and experiences with the rest of the world. It also means to NOT purchase any competitor products and understand that nothing is superior to the power of iOS and OSX. I’m just playing… Or maybe not actually…

Apple is simplicity at its best. It is power combined with intuitiveness which makes all of its products better than most of its competitors. Let’s be honest, there have been products and service’s from Apple’s behalf which I haven’t agreed on ($169 EarPods, really?). However, they’re line of products and they’re personal brand is one of the best I’ve ever seen. Not only in the technological world, but overall.

Now, let’s focus on Apple’s competitors.

When it comes to mobile devices, the one and only capable of competing against Apple is Samsung. However, these people are just a mess. Yes, they do come up with cool stuff too, but the best example of what Samsung’s strategy is is the Note 7. It just explodes every now and then.

Tablet wise, Apple does have some sort of a problem. iPads are great for their own target. However, I feel like they’re going to be left behind if they don’t start combining Mac’s OS with iPhone’s iOS. If we take a look at Microsoft’s surface, we’re looking at a tablet running a laptop software (Windows 10). This allows the user to have access to more complex apps but still preserving the convenience of a touchscreen. iPad is great at what it does, but it really has to start offering more for what it costs… Otherwise it’s going to be more convenient to just get a MacbookAir or a Macbook.

People argue that you can build a laptop or desktop twice as powerful as a Mac for the same price. That, dear reader, is completely true. I’ve done it myself. You will never get however the beauty and simplicity of Mac’s OS.


Be smart, be an apple.



Author: Tony Lewis

Marketing nerd, blockchain enthusiast and part-time planet Earth explorer. I like building (and acquiring) long-lasting assets.