Just to make it clear I am not an Apple hater. I've been able to make a career based upon using Windows OS and office applications, like 80 to 90% of all businesses. For a number of years I taught coprorate users how use several of Microsoft Offices applications. You would be surprised at how many people cannot build a table in Word, or when they try to do that create a concoction of tabs, spaces and other characters that allow them to have something that looks like a table but is not one. Back to Apple. I'm in a family where a number of relatives are big Apple fans and often early apdopters. Well one can do such if you have the right income. OTOH most of us have to budget carefully and need products that work and don't give a darn about the coolness factor or whether one is a tech leader. I simply do not have the time, resources or interest in being such. Microsoft products work, not always perfectly, but they work, more or less like I do. The latest iPhone 6/6+ saga is getting funny. Consider what happen to this Aussie. Now there is bendgate or bendygate regarding the iPhone. I have never put my smartphone in my back pocket. I know quite well that I would most likely break the phone. It appears many do put a smartphone in the back pocket and that most smartphonew, particularly with metal frames, will bend. It appears that iPhone 6 do not take well to bending, and that the iPhone 6+ fairs slightly better. Ham handed me is thankful for my Otterbox Defender protecting a Galaxy Note 2 from my clumisness.