Ever since I joined my new workplace, I have realized that people here are somewhat of Apple critics. Keeping in mind that I have always dreamt of having all of the latest Apple products, and now that I have finally been able to achieve that dream with my blood, sweat, and tears (literally), it comes as no shock that I would want to defend Apple.
And in only one week, I have come to the realization that my colleagues’ reasons for hating the iOS devices are mainly bizarre. Still, to appease them, considering that they are my superiors, I decided to write an article on the common reasons why an ordinary person does not like Apple. Here is a list of reasons why I think a person would not like Apple products but:
- Unfounded hate for Apple:
There are a few people who do not like iOS devices. Period. There is no particular reason as to why they do not like it. It could be traced back to the fact that they prefer KitKat and Jelly.
- The Apple-IKEA ideology:
The one annoying thing about Apple products in the last two years has been that Apple boxes literally only have the iPhone and a cable. Anyone buying Apple products has to spend an additional few bucks to get all the necessary accessories. But all things worthy require extra effort.
- Battery Issues:
When trying to decide between Apple and Android phones, most people use the argument that Apple products do not have a lasting battery. While this can sometimes be the case, the most important thing to remember when charging any phone is to always unplug them at 80%. This is the most effective way to ensure that the phone battery lasts longer.
- Couldn’t find the buttons:
Since the last three years, iPhone has removed the home button. People tend not to like this because it makes it difficult for them to navigate through their phones. And honestly, it can at times be a lengthy process.
However, Apple today announced its new repair certification program. This is for the most avid of all Apple’s users because it allows them to repair iPhone displays, batteries, and Cameras at home. For now, this is mainly for the M1 chips MacBook’s and iPhone 12 and 13. What’s more to come from Apple, who knows but their products bring out a certain flair and sophistication.