Computer In example, I love my Macbook and will probably continue upgrading it in the future within the Apple line. I don't have to and don't want to look elsewhere because I trust Apple will come up with the best software and hardware for me. Most importantly, things will just work and they will work just fine. If I have a problem, I can always visit the Genius Bar and get help from people who actually care. I don't have to worry about sending my product overseas and waiting on it forever at my own expense. Phone Choosing an iPhone, I get the same advantages as above with the added benefit of seamless integration with my Mac and I don't have to worry about carrier or manufacturer control on software updates. I can also easily backup my iPhone and in the event if I lose it, I can just as easily restore it to another iPhone even if it is a newer generation. I can also manage my phone from my computer, making things like organizing apps on the screen, updates, and data transfer not only easier but cheaper too. Web So I am determined about choosing Apple for my hardware and software solution on both computer and mobile phone. But with things governing the web and it's services, I choose Google. Since I use lots of Google services, it makes sense to me to use Chrome as my browser. I believe Google understands the web better then anyone else and has built amazing services and an exceptions browser around that. Conclusion Mac OS X + Apple Hardware = Computer iOS + Apple Hardware = Phone Chrome OS/Chrome = Web I believe with this arrangement, I am utilizing the best of each. Though using an Android phone become tempting because of the service integration, it is really hard to give up all the good things as highlighted above with using an iPhone. So tell me, how are your arrangements and what are your takes on this issue.