I wouldn't quite put it that way, but I agree. I'm glad Apple has kept a fairly neutral stance on political issues. It's unwise for ANY company to have a bias over one political hot-bed over another. Especially, IMO, the gay movement.
Homosexuality is an obvious unnatural sexual preference folks (i.e. square peg in round hole analogy). The same reasoning that homosexuals are using could be applied to someone who may want to have a relationship with an animal or even an inanimate object or child. This general cultural focus on homosexual rights is ludicrous and irrational.
The gay group claiming Apple's sensibility to gays has a right to their view but I bet it's mostly because of Apple's neutral organizational stance on hot political issues that gives them a high level of integrity.
It's always amazing that there are still such bigots in the world. Inanimate objects, animals, and children aren't capable of making a decision about who to be in a relationship with. I'm not sure if your argument is specifically in reference to homosexuality or specifically to gay marriage.
If it's about homosexuality in general, two consenting adults making their own decisions based on their own emotions for someone certainly isn't unnatural.
As for marriage, the anti-civil-rights activists always like to say things like "if we allow gay marriage, what will keep people from marrying their dogs?". This is such a pathetic argument, as dogs aren't capable of entering into legal agreements - neither are children or inanimate objects.
Certainly gay marriage isn't anymore unnatural than one man and one woman choosing to be exclusive to each other for life. Certainly you have the right to spread your offensive hate (even if you think you're disguising it as some sort of valid argument), but that doesn't mean you should.