Real Apple Fanboyism

June 1, 2008 — Leave a comment

In much of the web, being called an Apple Fanboy simply means you’re debunking myths thrown about by Mac-haters. And the Macalope is great at that. And if that is being an Apple Fanboy, then I am guilty. There’s a lot of hate thrown around there just because Macs are “cool” and some people have a problem with that.

However, there’s some talk around Apple’s projections of selling 10 million iPhones in a year that are starting to bother me.

Regardless, Macworld’s Jason Snell has already detailed how Apple will likely beat the 10 million mark for calendar 2008. So the question really is just by how much.

Frankly I don’t care if Apple beats their projections or not. This won’t affect the quality of the iPhone, the quality of other Apple products, or anything else I care about. I’m not a cheerleader, I’m someone who wants to use products that don’t suck. And as long as Apple’s products suck less than anyone else’s, I’ll use Apple.


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