Hi All, As an iPhone user (who has also been an Android user a couple of times), and an Apple user in general I am still flabbergasted at comments I read on Apple/iPhone articles I see around the web. I have never seen such rage, hatred, caps lock use, and exclamation marks :/ A couple of articles this week have gotten me thinking about it again. The first was an article on a news site here in the UK about a 'continuity error' in Apple's Christmas TV advert. Of course there is NO continuity error whatsoever and the writer of the article obviously missed the fact that the woman snapped out of her daydream at the end, hence the completely different lighting and the fact that the guy no longer had an AirPod in his ear. Regardless of the fact that the video was also embedded in the article the comments section proceeded to go to town on Apple. Comments such as calling Apple users idiots, misinformed comments about FaceID failing in the presentation, just so much anger towards...a tech company...and a product they don't intend to own. Strange. Anyway, today I read an iPhone X review on a UK based gaming site. The review was reasonably accurate and summed up the X pretty well. The comments section however exploded in fury, people ranting about others spending so much on a phone, down voting any common sense balanced comments, and voting up all the 'Apple are crap, android forever!' comments. One guy posted a really good comment in response to the removal of the headphone jack about how good the AirPods are, their features, and how it felt natural to use them.....NOPE!.....massive down votes! The other shocking thing is the ignorance and complete lack of understanding, spewing forth comments that are pretty embarrassing. I always try and take a step back and look at the bigger picture, but I honestly don't care who uses what phone, from what company, or how much they spent on it. I don't go to Android specific forums and voice my dislike of Android (because I don't really have any to be honest, some of the Android flagships are very good). This forum is a great example of it. For as far back as I can remember people have come here in droves just to say they don't like the products and why they are switching/would never buy one. Is it age, social status, or something else that compels this behaviour? Would love to hear others thoughts. If you ARE one of those people though, don't turn this into one of those threads, its not for that. Instead only explain what compels you to preach to whoever will listen. Thanks guys and gals. --- Post Merged, Nov 27, 2017 --- Also forgot to add that in public I see many many people using Apple products, but going by comment sections and forums does that mean that on a train, or in a shop, or wherever else an Android user is possibly watching you with complete hate and distain?