I have a five person interview with Apple coming up soon. After applying through their website for open Genius and Specialist positions a few weeks ago, I was completely caught by surprise after receiving the email telling me to come in. Now that I have the opportunity, I of course want to take every measure I can to prepare myself in my pursuit of obtaining a job in Apple retail. So to that end, I've been doing a ton of research on what to expect during the interview process and what type of people Apple tends to hire, and now I'm also posting on this message board to ask for further advice. Now, my background is rather decent. I only have a high school diploma, but I have 2 and a half years of retail experience from working at a department store. I'm also very knowledgeable in general technology and computer repair, I'm even A+ certified. However, my biggest and most concerning flaw is my lack of knowledge of Apple products. Obviously, I know what iPhones, iMacs and iPads are, but I've been an Android and PC user all my life. I've used my friends' iDevices on several occasions and have been studying up on them, but I doubt I'll come off as knowledgeable enough to seem like I've always had an interest in Apple products to my interviewers. Additionally, I know these guys are looking for soft skills over tech skills, but lacking hands-on experience with iDevices I feel puts me at a great disadvantage. So, to anyone who has undergone an Apple interview process, whether you were hired or not, what advice would you have for me? I'm prepared to showcase my vibrant personality, to accentuate my customer service skills, and to display my (albeit inexperienced) knowledge of technology. But, what else should I prepare for, or make sure I offer them?