And I though all Apple users always reported their gadgets as being perfect - you've shattered my faith in human gullibility (but it's good to find some people seeing through all the Apple hype!)
The notion of "Apple hype" was invented by people who don't like Apple products for some reason. Any Apple user knows that Apple products, like all similar products are imperfect. We love them anyway, perhaps because they are usually less-imperfect than most. The service and support is also really special in my experience.
First there was "MacOS is better than Windows as you don't get GPFs" (instead you just got corrupted data and no security what so ever or programmes going rogue).
Then there was "Windows uses co-operative multitasking, Apple uses true multitasking" (Apple also used co-operative multitasking for all processes whereas Windows actually used preemptive multitasking for trusted low level code like device drivers).
Not forgetting the infamous "Mac is better than windows as there are thousands of viruses for Windows, but the Mac doesn't get viruses".
Next came a real time data acquisition task we had, which worked fine on Windows, but with the Mac if you pressed the mouse button, then because of the lack of any low level preemptive multitasking, you lost data.
Also there was the scandal of Apple having "reserved" APIs which only they were permitted to use to give their own applications a competitive advantage (this practice eventually got banned by a court case brought by the American DoJ).
Finally there was the lack of support for backward compatibility. (Until OSX, backward compatibility was hit and miss. Versions 5->6 was about 70%, Versions 6->7 was the infamous debacle of just 53% of applications remaining compatible with the new OS).
P.S. I forgot to mention that Apple claimed to have invented the WIMP UI principle (Windows, Icons, Mice and Pointers) and then took a case against Microsoft to get Windows banned. During the case it turned out that the WIMP principle was invented by Xerox and that Apple knew that already as they nicked it from Xerox!