5. Mac Pro
6. 3 or more Apple Connector Cables
7. A membership at Macheist.com
1. only knows how to use a Mac and cannot handle a PC, gets very frustrated using one.
2. thinks that Macs' hardware are much better (although statistically their failure rates are not that different than other laptops).
3. over exaggerate his/her passion for Mac products. e.g. I *need* an iPad to read my newspaper and magazines.
4. uses Apple as a status symbol.
5. buys a new Mac product without knowing the prominent features. e.g. GPS and FaceTime in iPhone 4.
6. thinks he/she is technologically savvy but actually knows very little about technology e.g. does not know the difference between 3G and EDGE, 3G versus Wi-fi.
7. Owns many Mac products and is very proud of it.
8. Feels entitled to get a new Mac product on launch day and get unreasonably angry when failing to do so.
9. Has absolutely no idea what open source is.
10. Thinks that the new features that Apple introduces are ground-breaking even though they had been available for years. e.g. 3G, multitasking.
11. When their Apple products fail instead of admitting that Macs can fail sometimes just like PCs, focus on how amazing the experience of getting it replaced at the Genius Bar.
12. Although Macs are better than a PC in some areas (and vice versa), does not know any of the evidences; just *think* that Macs are better.
13. Feels special and cool to own a Mac product although it is no longer a cult to own a Mac product, unlike 10 years ago.
- Yeah, what an apple fanboy!
Human: "You're an Apple fanboy, and I'm going to immediately disregard anything you say about technology ever."
dude, theres a 12MP camera on the Nokie N8
SHUT UP THEY COPIED ITTTTT
apple fanboys are annoying