Apple’s much vaunted aptitude for designing intuitive systems doesn’t hold up to scrutiny when you look at the Mac either.
If you click on the ‘X’ on a window it closes it.
But if the window happens to be an app/program instead of a folder or popup it minimises it instead — and that despite the fact that there is a perfectly serviceable ‘minimise’ button on both types of window.
It’s inconsistent (and inconsistency is the hallmark of poor design) … and not remotely intuitive (intuitive is when doing something produces a consistent result in all circumstances).
Also, look at the trash can: to delete something, you drag it to the trash can … to eject a medium (but not delete it), you drag it to the trash can.
It’s not intuitive at all and, again— especially in an era with an already long-since established, universal symbol for ejecting a medium … namely the eject button on audio devices as old as cassette players, and on video devices as old as Betamax … that predates the home computer by a considerable margin—indicative of a failing in a basic principle of functional Design: that of consistency.
Apple do Style … not Design
They don’t even know enough about fundamental principles of Design to appreciate that — hence their insistence on how good they are at it … which is just the cherry on top really.