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There are suckers that everything that Apple produces these customers will buy with the Apple logo on there.

 

Idiocy.

post #42 of 47

I agree with you 100% .

post #43 of 47
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Originally Posted by marvfox View Post
 

I agree with you 100% .

 

Nice try.

 

I have an iMac, iPad Air, iPhone 5S, MacBook, and an Apple TV.  Why?  It has nothing to do with the logo.  It has to do with a combination of trusting Apple tech based on past experience and the fact that I seriously prefer OSX and iOS over the alternatives.

 

On the other hand, both my HDTV and BD player are Samsung (though when I replace my HDTV this fall, it will definitely NOT be a Samsung).

 

I buy Apple because I trust Apple.  I buy Apple because my experiences with the company have all been positive.  

post #44 of 47

Good for you.  But that doesn't mean that other people doing a similar thing aren't doing it for very different reasons.

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post #45 of 47
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Good for you.  But that doesn't mean that other people doing a similar thing aren't doing it for very different reasons.

 

Except there's no evidence for it.  The person making the original claim is the one upon whom the burden of proof lies.  He does't get to just make any wild claim, then act as if his statement is itself evidence.

 

Where's the evidence?

post #46 of 47

That's the first time you've asked for any, you originally just insulted him.  Don't start acting coyly innocent and rational now.

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post #47 of 47
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Except there's no evidence for it.  The person making the original claim is the one upon whom the burden of proof lies.  He does't get to just make any wild claim, then act as if his statement is itself evidence.

Where's the evidence?
https://aytm.com/surveys/182246/stat/b108ab3c88e425b66d633ead91b08343#charts
http://www.businessinsider.com/new-survey-on-why-people-buy-apple-2012-11
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