I’m just not much of a Mac fan anymore
Dave Ross

As a humble, hardcore OSX user I’d just say this. An iPhone isn’t a Mac. It’s not even close. It’s a promising OS that can’t hold a candle to what Android is capable of. I can’t use anything other than a Macbook pro. But when it comes to mobile computing the iPhone is a joke. I’ve given it too many chances. But that feeling of bliss you got when you hit the BSD command line on OSX, that feeling that you can tinker and make things your own and work your way — yeah, thats gone on iOS. It’s still possible to an extent on OSX. I can make my Mac my own. After this long I have a specific configuration that suits me. But the iPhone. Gosh. I’d rather use a monochrome Nokia than an iTurd.

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