However, my reason for liking iOS is simple. After a long day of
supporting Linux servers and end-users, and dealing with other people's
IT problems, the last thing I want to do is come home to IT problems. I have plenty to do at work. Bringing IT stress home is counter-productive.
have an iPhone and an iPad, and I've never had a problem with
any of these devices. The way they are designed allows me to perform
the tasks that I want to perform without any issues, and without me
having to fix, side-load, tweak, configure, or otherwise mess with,
iOS in any way. I use Apple's Apps, and they just work. If I want
to self-induce an IT headache, I have a Windows 11 Laptop for that. If I
want to see a computer that just works, I have a Linux PC and Linux
servers for that. I'd rather leave all the IT stress at work where it
I tried Android once a few years ago and I did not like it. It made me work, by having to spend time configuring things and making them work. Also, the applications just didn't look as good as their iOS counterparts, nor did they seem as intuitive to use. I was using a Samsung Galaxy S10 (when it was new) and as an end-user, I just wasn't impressed. Someone suggested that I wanted to look into side-loading some apps and hacking something.
No. Just, no.