After reading pages of you trolling anyone who has said anything about Apple products the evidence suggests that you are quite a toxic individual. I watched a documentary about the science behind Apples marketing acting on the same parts of the brain as religion does. You're what they were talking about, more than a iFanboi.
You're an iDevout.
What concerns me is I do know Apple users who are actually nice people so I hope that they don't display the traits that you do if they cross whatever threshold you crossed. Are you an Apple professional? Is this how they all behave?
The difference between you an me is you think Apple's products are genius for what they are and I think they are genius for how they make you think that. For that Job's creation is genius.
But you are not. You are a product called an iDevout iFanboi of the iJobsian iEvangelical iChurch where the iClones all iWorship and iPractice their iFaith.
I would suggest you take your own advice however I find your thin skin to be absolutely fucking hilariously entertaining.
What does any of our "real conversation I avoid" (that you didn't even mention before) have to do with the topic being discussed?
Were I to use Apple Music on my collection, the user experiences I read about tell me I would have some pretty rare recordings deleted. Apple wouldn't care so I'm quite happy to manage my music collection myself and not allow Apple that control so I experience that frustration.
I repeat: Get Treatment. You are obviously losing grip on reality with every post you make.
Alternatively Mr iFanboi, you have a thin skin when Apple gets criticized because your substantial personal investment in their products makes criticism feel personal. Like someone calling you an iFool, iFanboi.
It is "snide" and "lose." Advanced users can usually spell. I only remember two of your spelling errors but there are probably more.
Indeed, my iFanboi friend did not deserve the time to proofread because he always pops up to troll anyone that looks vaguely like they are criticizing Apple. Though 'snyde' apparently means someone with a mental disorder to the urban dictionary.
No, I do not use a Mac. I own one and I own an iPod, I can not understand why people like them but I have, I admit, not taken enough time to use OSX or iOS to really get used to it. iOS is pretty intuitive so I manage that just fine but, still, never really use it. OSX is functional and, I am sure, a great desktop if I learn the ins and outs.
I found Gnome2 very customizable and it suits my workflow so there is little point spend my time on a mac. The Mac's UI does not seem like it is worth the investment in time when I can just use a linux box and the Apple hardware isn't any better than a T series lenovo.
The iFanbois attitudes are a particularly unattractive feature though.
you just imagined that people had problems with their iPhones when they drove into a tunnel because you thought that using iTunes would do that.
I suppose all these Apple Music users are just making it up.
You need to get treatment, boy. Seriously.
There is no substance in anything you say because you avoid the real conversation:
Apple is happy to take from the open source community Apple is not so happy to share with or even acknowledge the community of developers that OSX owes its existence to. Case in point, I can run posix apps on OSX, but can I run iTunes on FreeBSD - I somehow doubt it.
You have no answer. Those who are skilled enough, created something good that Apple built products on and the best you have to offer is snyde sarcasm and disdain.
There is little credibility in anything you have to say. Seriously.
I was making a little joke about your diatribe - and you come up with something about "fanboi attitude" - Hateboi, heal thyself.
It's clear to see that you are an apologist for Apple calming down any criticism of the company.
The lack of maturity in your response is a typical shallow Apple fanboi response. No capacity to argue the issues with any authority so you just call me a hater. It proves what I have to say - someone has to loose for you to win.
I don't care if that is your choice and just because I don't choose it, doesn't make me a hater however your response does show you to be a fanboi.
Confirming Apple has won the Streaming War.
But not the users or musicians. See that's the thing with the whole fanboi attitude - someone has to loose for their choice to win. Winning for you means we are forced into your choices, not because it is a better choice, but because all the other choices have been eliminated. Somehow, you think that is good.
Apple is becoming more like Microsoft used to be every day and guys like you cheer it on exactly the same way the MS fanbois used to.
Same shit, different bucket.
Maybe you should be worried more about your control on reality. And using Android ain't going to help.
And here I am being modded a troll because I'm offering my opinion on *not* using itunes. FYI: I've never had any problems, at all with my music collection because I choose to control my reality.
That means I choose not to have iTunes abstract that control.
It has nothing to do with Android. OSX uses Free BSD components and whilst Apple is happy to take from the open source community Apple is not so happy to share with or even acknowledge the community of developers that OSX owes its existence to. Case in point, I can run posix apps on OSX, but can I run iTunes on FreeBSD - I somehow doubt it.
If you don't use iTunes, and admit to this level of ignorance about how it works, then please stop providing your baseless opinions about it.
I was talking about my experience as an advanced user and the lack of problems I have managing my music collection, I never claimed to be talking about itunes.
All your purchased and ripped music is stored in a nice folder called 'Music', helpfully organised by artist. The files within are un-protected AAC or MP3 files.
Great - has someone told Bruce Willis?
I will say that streaming music is a very bad deal for artists though, so I think I'll stick to CDs.
also, good luck with your five scripts, finding double songs that are a different filesize and have different names, e.g.or adding album covers.
works fine, i.e. advanced user.
Don't know what the hell you are talking about. I have an iPhone and nothing is streamed. Any music I listen is stored on the device.
I don't use itunes so I wouldn't know how the music gets on the device, I thought it was streamed AAC, my mistake. I don't understand what the complaints are about however I do like to maintain control over my music collection.
So as long as you have an itunes to manage it, I don't think it is so easy to step out of the walled garden once you step into it.
Meanwhile the factory ship goes on destroying more in its by-catch leaving a corridor of nothing behind. Of course the solution will be to kill the remaining sharks and let the fucktory ships go about their business.
We are clearly a race navel gazing it's way to extinction.
And now we know why Linux will never be more then a blip on the desktop radar. That superiority complex drives everyone away. Enjoy your crappy buggy software. The OS is just there so we can run the applications, and all your applications are amateurish and shitty.
You're a great example of the parasites every great endeavour attracts.
No, but seriously, many advance users do not care to have advanced control over their music library.
And you base your opinion on?
When I see an 'advanced' apple user going into a tunnel on the train I just chuckle and turn my cheap mp3 player up a bit more to drown out their complaints. They made their choice.
I still have control over my music collection and it still grows. Advanced users don't do use itunes, they use whatever they damn well please because they don't need Apples software. As far as 'control over your music organization' goes a few regular expressions and a 5 line shell script are enough to sort any mess.
If only enough people that mattered used Safari.
You mean other than CxOs and VPs that carry an iPhone and/or iPad?
No I mean accountants and ERP users that actually use applications in the enterprise. C-levels and VPs are a very small group of users, important, but only if you are managing stakeholder expectations.
Oh and I can see the fanbois are out modding again and taking everything personally.