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How do you know if you’re a real Apple fanboy

You know that you are an Apple fanboy when:

  • You take a vacation to watch every Apple’s Keynote
  • You visit www.apple.com many times a week just for the fun of it
  • You go to an Apple store in every new city you visit
  • You buy a lot of Apple gear every year
  • You play with your iPhone/iPad/iPod all day long
  • You defend Apple like if it was your child
  • You hate Google and Android
  • You play with simple things on your iPhone like the bouncing effect just because you find it so cool
  • You enjoy every design details of your iPhone, every day
  • You check every day your order status on the Apple Store app
  • You hope that Apple will stay on top of the hill forever
  • While using an iOS app, you systematically click on an iAd ad because there well desgined

Am I missing something? Do you have something to add that confirms an addiction to all thing Apple?

Posted by
JFMartin

Steve Jobs was Apple’s ultimate fanboy

Reading this interesting article from Steven Levy for Wired Magazine I found one very interesting thing about Steve Jobs that is so revealing. In July of1999, Steve Levy recap a meeting with Steve Jobs, Mr Schiller and Jonathan Ive on the soon to be revealed new portable computer to be named iBook.

Steve Jobs was not all about being only the Apple’s CEO or the visionary. Steve Jobs was the ultimate Apple’s fanboy. He was so proud to present Apple’s latest product which were always the conclusion of hard work and attention to details from many people working at Apple.

There are many Apple fanboy. I’m one of them. But I’m not working for Apple. Many other fanboys are. As long as there are people at Apple so devoted to the goal of simplicity, beauty and the user experience, this will keep Apple relevant and eventually keep it a game changer for years to come.

Posted by
JFMartin