This is the interesting split personality that Mac people have. On one hand they believe that they have a "Premium" product, on the other they believe that they have a better Total Cost of Ownership. Statistics, and real data prove this incorrect. Apples Devices are no more reliable then name brand PCs, In fact, their laptops are noticably worse in reliability. In addition, they definitely have just as many, or more, security holes. Many of which are not exploited because of the insignificant market share that the Macs enjoy. Another great example: The iPhone is like swiss cheese.
If Windows is the epitomy of crap then why would a "Premium" product allow it to be loaded on their system.
In closing: If Macs are the "Premium" product with better TCO, then why does most Mac users also have a PC and/or Windows running on their Macs. Probably because they need to do real work once in a while. I think I would rather buy a machine that needs only one O/S to get my work done.
Do you honestly think the average Mac user also has Windows installed???
And the customer satisfaction surveys, studies, reports, year after year after year, speak for themselves.
And that SMS bug is most certainly not exclusive to the iPhone. But the iPhone gets all the attention. For obvious reasons.
You're barking up the wrong tree around here. Winsupersite is this way:
Of course, you could always end the suffering and smarten up here: