But not when I think they're wrong. There are Apple users out there that prefer "Firefox" as their Browser of choice. I use Firefox, but I don't prefer it. And that should be our choice.
For many years we Mac users thrust our fist in the air in the middle of the Apple orchards. Collectively shouting our disapproval with Microsoft shutting us out, or not allowing other players on their court. Then the Johnny Laws of countries stepped in and agreed with us, handing Microsoft a mighty financial blow for discouraging healthy competition on their county.
Oh how times have changed. There are new steam engines and tracks are being laid by other companies. Mozilla would love to put their browser (Firefox mobile) on the iPhone for users that prefer it, to use. But Apple wont let them. They wont give up the license goods. There's a new Marshall in town and he ain't fallin for the Banana in the tail pipe trick. Only this is no trick, it's healthy competition and servicing your varied users.
Come on Steve, this is getting ridiculous. Us loyal Apple fans will always be loyal Apple fans. As long as Apple continues to be that Maverick barefooted Hippie in the room with the good acid. Inviting everyone to tune in and tune out the stodgy closed door policies of corporate elitist platforming. You know, that very idea that made us fall in love with Apple, and shun the rules of engagement from Microsoft.
This sort of thing, which is beginning to happen with more and more frequency, has a rising odor that might begin to make wayward settlers settle in another town.