I pay only what I am legally required to. I also have no sway on politicians and committees who write those taxes.
Apple and its ilk regularly threaten to leave areas areas if they don't get special treatment. Taxes get written with specific corporations in mind (often written by them or their lobby groups actually), often to the detriment of the country as a whole.
I'll take my own local example. Nike's headquarters (which I ride by on my bicycle every day) is surrounded by the city of Beaverton, but is not technically in it, saving Nike paying several taxes to the city that maintains every road into the campus. Everytime it comes up they threaten to leave and tak all the worker's tax base with them. Smaller companies who get annexed into the city get no such special treatment.
The other way from my house is Intel. They similarly flexed their muscles to get tax breaks on the $5B of capital equipment that when into their new fab a couple years ago. Other local companies get no such breaks.
It is not like taxes laws come from some higher power, they are written by politicians (well often written by corporations and voted into law by politicians). So until I get to write my own tax loopholes I don't find it fair to compare how I follow the tax law to how large corporations follow it.