1st Apple experience.

Discussion in 'Apple, Inc and Tech Industry' started by unibility, Feb 18, 2019.

  1. unibility macrumors 6502a

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    I remember my first dealt with Apple product was the Apple II back when I was in grade school. I would skip recess and wait for my name to be next for Oregon Trail. This was when the game was composed of green moving bits on a screen but it kept my interest. Between grade school and college I remember using the 2008 Mac Pro machines in my design classes and I knew I really wanted one of those despite it’s 42.4 pound stature. I knew I had to have one. I’ve own that summer I saved enough to get a 8-core model then a 2010 Mac Pro as well.


    I was never a hardcore user and Adobe products didn’t really need all that power but I wanted something sturdy. Over the years I’ve owned several Mac Pro’s, MacBooks and their Pro lines and nothing really disappoints. Even the late 2013 Mac Pro is still plenty sufficient for me but my Adobe software is going to be obsolete with the next OS X upgrade.


    Despite the internal storage of previous Mac Pros I really it’s current size and build quality of it and of Apple’s products. I support Apple hardware and software. Yes they may be behind in innovation compared to the competitors but I do enjoy the reliability aspect of it.


    What has been your experience with Apple?
     
  2. I7guy macrumors P6

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    Why do you believe that Apple is behind in innovation? Touch id, face id, apple watch with ekg, air pods, home pods etc. Seems some of those items are innovative.
     
  3. DevinNj macrumors 6502a

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    My wife started with the iPhone 4s and I started getting into them with the iPhone 6s, since then we've had almost every iPhone since. We started our son with the 7, and now he's on the Xr, my wife loves her 8+, and I'm using the Max. We have iPads and Apple watches in the home as well. We're not Apple exclusive, fanboy's, android bashers, etc, but their products work very well for our needs and the integration between each device is great. I do agree with I7guy, everything he mentioned does seem rather innovative, to me anyway, but hey what do I know.
     
  4. Shanghaichica macrumors G4

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    My first Apple product was the iPod mini in pink. I got it as a birthday present in 2005. I picked it. After that I got an iPod nano and iPod classic and then in 2009 I got the iPhone 3G. It just progressed from there.
     

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