A exploration of the fanaticism that surrounds the Apple brand, featuring interviews with Mac evangelists and members of the Mac community.

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Bruce Damer ...
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MacHEADS is an in-depth examination of what makes the Mac, the iPhone, and all Apple products in general a cultural phenomena rather than just consumer electronics, and explores the extraordinary loyalty to Apple products by their followers, as well as their obsession with those products. Written by Shely, Kobi

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iDiots
8 January 2014 | by (Belgium) – See all my reviews

If you didn't already hate apple fanboys before this docu you surely will after having seen it. The MacHeads here are elitist bastards who think themselves better than other computer users, specifically Windows users. They worship Steve Jobs like he's some sort of cult leader and every word out of his mouth is gold. We'll he's dead. For a lot of these iDiots Jobs WAS apple but unfortunately apple didn't die with him. There is some lamenting though: as apple has gotten bigger, more popular, more controlling and commercial the MacHead community felt ignored and less 'special'. People who worship shiny toaster-like objects with a fruit logo on it as if these were gift from the gods themselves are no better than real god-fearing inbred zealots from Wisconsin or some other retard place where they didn't learn how to think rationally. In other words they're a waste of space and should all get punched in the face.


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