I honestly think that the Anti-Apple people are more fucking annoying than the "look i have an Apple product" people.
Tell that to my friend with 2 iPhones, 2 iPads, 2 Macs, and 4 iPods. . . ha ha!
Honestly, I just didn't find some of them intuitive to use. It's hard to explain. Even though I had been using a Mac at work for awhile, I still found myself having to search around for things. Not so, with most PCs.
I do like iPods.
I think people evaluate what they need, and then make their choice. For example, my Droid works perfectly for my needs. Why buy an iPhone (and then upgrade it even though the previous version works fine), when I can use the same money to buy a phone AND something else? It's not about being poor or frugal, but about making good economic sense, which many people don't have. Now, I wouldn't even need texting and internet (I didn't utilize texting until December 2010 and didn't get a cell phone until 2007), but other people's usage of their phones (constant texting and the ability to organize on the fly rather than plan beforehand) have dictated that I have the capability to text and internet access in case I have to find a place (honestly, if people actually set things up, I wouldn't have needed a phone in the first place, however, they were always changing plans at the last minute).
If I only watch 10 channels on TV, why pay for 100, you know?