Is Apple a sign of class & taste?

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Is using Apple products a sign of someone having taste and class? Is Apple still cool?
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Chavs got their hands on Apple products years ago, so no.

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Look cute.
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Macs are the best. Come at me bro.
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No, it's a sign of someone who is sucked in by clever branding and has little appreciation of value for money.
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no it is a sign of being a techno-sheep
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It is a sign of £££
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It's a sign of more money than sense.

But an Apple namedrop a day keeps the doctor away. Or something like that.
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Since converting to Apple products, my Facebook friend count has increased by 23%. It feels great to be popular.
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It's a sign of pretentiousness and arrogance.

EDIT: inb4 "you're just jealous", owned Apple products for years, only recently switched.
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Cool dudes all use non branded hardware or Lenovo plus Linux.
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Pretty sure my **** has got longer since I started using Apple products. Could just be placebo.
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(Original post by Vixen47)
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Would it be cool if it were British?
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It is a sign of £££
Thought it would be a sigh of $$$.
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Thought it would be a sigh of $$$.
Or €€€, depending on where you are.
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Since converting to Apple products, my Facebook friend count has increased by 23%. It feels great to be popular.
Did you send out more requests?
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It's a sign of pretentiousness and arrogance.

EDIT: inb4 "you're just jealous", owned Apple products for years, only recently switched.
You're just jealous because you cannot afford them any more.
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Cool dudes all use non branded hardware or Lenovo plus Linux.
How about the cool girls?
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