I love my little iPhone. I always have. When it came time to let go of my old Helio Ocean, an iPhone 3 was placed in my hands. I fully expected to hate it, but instead fell in love. Over the years I’ve earned a lot of good-natured ribbing among my friends because of my affinity for Apple products. I have an iPad. Love it. It does everything I need, from checking emails for both work and personal accounts, to watching movies, to reading new books that I have checked out from the local library or bought online. Seriously, I sleep with my iPad. Both of my cats love it because I’ve downloaded games for them to play.
I have an iPhone 6. Love it. It’s my life-line. Siri, on the other hand, is my arch-nemesis … and another story for another time!
A while back, my work provided me with an AppleTV. Love it. I can stream services like Netflix and Hulu, which helps considering I had cut out my cable tv over a year ago. I can’t justify the cost when all I’m watching is only a half dozen channels. I can also stream videos from any pc with iTunes on it, or from my iPad, or my iPhone. Love it.
I haven’t tried a MacBook yet, but I have worked on a mini-Mac at work and have liked it for the most part. Gaming would require a workaround, which is the biggest reason why I haven’t committed to moving from my ASUS to a MacBook. I still play Aion on the weekends if I’m feeling up to it, but I’ve also been discovering other games out there. Friends and loved ones have introduced me to new games via Steam gifting and sharing, so I have a lot to keep me busy.
My life is busy and complicated. I’m an iFangirl because of the Apple products that help me keep everything together and stay organized. Sure, I could probably do everything I do now with an Android device, and I am always open to the possibility of changing platforms. But for now I’m happy with what I have. If my needs change, I’ll adapt.
And no, this is not a paid post. I just felt like sharing the love. ♥