Yes! Sometimes, even with Apple products, things leave the factory in good a good working condition but end up with issues once unpacked/put into use. It happens! It's a fact of life!
It is true that I like to bash Apple a bit and stick it to the fanbois, but in truth I have an Apple MacMini and quite like it. The only shortfall for me is not being able to dress up the desktop using Stardock products. Other than that, it serves me well.... though installing non-store apps would be nice as well. I'm sure there is a way, though, I just have to find it.
Truth is you haven't used the product enough or are not being honest about it. Or even given it the time of day.
Yeah, I did. I tried several different phones when I purchased my first, and yeah, iPhone was one of them. However, I chose Windows Phone 8 over Android and Apple offerings. It was the best phone for me at the time and I still prefer it over other platforms As for limited apps, Windows Phone has all the ones I might need, though I mostly use my phone foe calls and SMS.
As for bashing Apple and sticking it to the fanbois, I do it because they're like clockwork toys.... so easy to wind up.
Seriously, though, if you prefer to use Apple products, then that's fine with me.... each to his own, right! I have one myself and don't give a rat's arse what anyone else thinks. And yes, I do agree that Stardock products would be most welcome by so many if they were compatible with OS-X