I’m a big Apple fan. I’ve bought into the company’s “walled garden” of devices, computers, and online services for several years. Sure, they’re a little more expensive, but they just work and are reliable. I’d rather spend my time work and using my computers and devices, rather than troubleshooting some weird little problem.
And, as a gay man, I applaud Apple for its long-standing workplace policies prohibiting LGBTQ discrimination.
You might think I’m excited about the big announcement that Apple is setting up shop and bringing 3,000 jobs to the Triangle.