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How many of you use Apple products?

Asked by jonno (1062points) January 15th, 2008

Just wondering, because there seems to be a very large amount of people here asking Mac/iPhone questions? Not that I have a problem with it (I would use a Mac if I could!)

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Perchik's avatar

I’ve got an iPod and an iPod touch. A lot of people here use the fluther iphone app, therefore it may seem like a large proportion of iphone users.

gailcalled's avatar

iMac 10.4.11

ketoneus's avatar

PowerBook G4, iMac, 2 iPods, 1 iPhone, 1 iSight, 1 Airport Express. If Apple bottled water, I’d drink it…and probably pay $3 a bottle.

jdvanderk's avatar

just itunes here…and on a windows machine, no less

fortune425's avatar

iMac, iPhone, and soon-to-be MacBook Air owner here.

Why can’t you use a Mac?

ezraglenn's avatar

macbook ipod iphone

aloha's avatar

long time Mac user here. Fluther is a natural for the iPhone, that may have something to do with the unnaturally high numbers of us on the site. hope you’re able to join the ranks of Mac users soon!

sndfreQ's avatar

OG Mac user-it’s in my blood since the Mac Classic-from all the way back with the Apple II (I remember a computer van that used to travel from school to school that we would go to and learn about games and programming in Basic and Pascal back in the early 80’s)...

I use all things Apple that you can think of-I’m working on getting certified to teach the pro apps certification track, and already teach iLife/podcasting, Logic Pro, Final Cut Studio (most of it), and ProTools/Avid on the Mac…

10.5.x rocks but is still quite buggy IMO, and agree with posters above that fluther is awesome on iPhone-thanks fluther gods! You rock! Keep it movin’!

p.s. the MacBook Air is kinda lacking though IMO-eye candy that non-power users will like f’sho…I’ll probably end up getting one anyway ‘cause I’m an addict lol…

gooch's avatar

iPhone & iPod

boydieshere's avatar

I have a MacBook and an iPod :)

Breefield's avatar

MacBook, and iPod Touch.
But all together in the family we have like 6 Mac Laptops.

peggylou's avatar

Thanks to my Mac son, I have a Powerbook and iPhone. Mighty nice gifts!

segdeha's avatar

I have a MacBook. My wife has an iBook. I use another MacBook at work. I’ve owned several Macs over the years, my first being a Mac LC (with a 256 color, 13” monitor!) back in 1991.

Spargett's avatar

iMac, MacBook Pro, iPod, & iPhone.

I’ve been rocking Macs since 6th grade. Orgeon Trail anyone?

jrpowell's avatar

I have an iMac and a iPod Touch and and a fatty Nano. I have used Macs forever. Oregon Trail days in elementary school. My parents bought the original Mac in ‘84. I went to Windows for a few years but OS X brought me back.

Supergirl's avatar

MacBook Pro, iPod Nano,

cwilbur's avatar

Windows-free household here – two iPods, a Mac Mini, a Powerbook G4, and an iBook G4.

klaas4's avatar

iMac, Airport Extreme, want a Macbook Pro.

jonno's avatar

“Why can’t you use a Mac?” (fortune425)

Cos they’re so damn expensive, that’s why! I’m hoping to get one at a good price second-hand

glial's avatar

MacBook Pro 17, MacBook, iBook G4, (3) iPod Mini, (1) iPod Nano (current gen), (1) iPhone

Bri_L's avatar

Mac Pro, contemplating Laptop for freelancing and iPod nano for fun

sharl's avatar

Black MacBook, White MacBook, Mac mini, various older iMacs and G4s and some ancient stuff. iPod touch, nano, shuffle, blah blah etc etc. Guess I drank the Kool Aid..

pope52's avatar

Mac Mini. Ipod Nano. Apple Keyboard.

djbyron's avatar

MacBook, iPhone and MacBook Pro this summer

swimmindude2496's avatar

iPod Video, Safari (If that counts), MacBook very soon

gooch's avatar

2 iPhones & 2 macbooks

swimmindude2496's avatar

Why 2 iPhones???

gooch's avatar

One for business one for personal use

MrBlogger's avatar

I DO! iPhone, MacBook, iWork, iPod Video, Shuffle, Touch.

swimmindude2496's avatar

iWork, MacBok, iPod Video, Safari

wilhel1812's avatar

One mac, six iPods and a lot of accessories. And i also use basically every software they make.

DeanV's avatar

black macbook, silver 80GB ipod classic, and tons of apple apps

but i’m more in it for the freeware…

macgeek61's avatar

I’ve been digging Macs for about 10 years now. The first thing that turned me on was the “flavors” when iMacs and IBooks were Blueberry, etc. I had 3 iMacs, 3 iBooks, and now one 12” Powerbook. The Software has come a long way, anything you bought used to be lame as heck and almost schoolish. Ever since Adobe Air apps started to be developed, it has added a certain wow factor for me. I also have owned many iPods, and I am on my 2nd’s like a Geek Cult and we are very protective of our choice! Follow me: Macgeek61 @Twitter

wilhel1812's avatar

Update, three Macs, seven iPods and even more accessories.

hsjip's avatar

I use a Powermac for internet-only functions in my lab (the sounds of old computers are comforting) and use an Ibook for my day-to-day work.

Noel_S_Leitmotiv's avatar

I do, is there anything else?

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