It’s purely about the experience of using the device.

Most of you know that I work in a Microsoft centric IT organisation. When I started using Macs in 2005 I was surrounded by people who made fun of my “expensive toy computer”.  I still work with those same people but oh how times have changed.  There are now 9 iPhones in the office, along with 9 iPads, 4 Mac users and the Director joins us for lunch every two weeks for Apple Techie Tuesday.

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