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Okay Apple fans, I am fairly new to Apple. I first bought an iPod back in 2007. I do have an iPhone, and a MacBook Pro now. Apple has a lot of products over the years, but what one is your absolute favorite product? Name just one.

For me as much as I love my iPhone, I'd really have to say the Mac computers. I was a longtime Windows user all my life really, until January of this year, when I decided to buy a MacBook Pro. I just purchased a Sony VAIO in 2009, and wasn't very pleased with it. The performance of it dropped significantly in just a year, became much slower.

So I ended up buying a MacBook Pro, and been enjoying it ever since. Easy, elegant to use, it probably is my favorite Apple product at the moment. It's easily the best computer I've ever owned, and don't envision myself ever going back to a Windows PC.

Not only that but I spend majority of my free time on my Mac too, for work, and school work, so it's a pretty helpful tool for me.

How about you guys?
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Macbook pro for the exact reasons you have mentioned. Iphone is good but its kind of deliberately gimped which puts me off. Can't install apps without Apples approval, doesn't support flash, bluetooth is restricted and until the iphone 4 it was lagging behind in terms of hardware for example no flash (the non adobe kind) or decent built in camera nor multi tasking until very recently. The experience and the software and how it all works is excellent though but the Macbook Pro and OS X is fantastic. The Ipod would come a very close second though, the saviour of Apple pretty much, however since driving I have never used it.
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I would have to say my iPod Nano 3G. I have never had an issue with it, and it does one thing, and nothing more; just what I need it to. My MacBook Pro comes in 2nd.

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OS X, hands down, regardless of hardware.

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