To: Tim Cook, CEO, Apple Inc.
re: Creating Windows Users
Hi, Tim, I hope the day is treating you well. I just needed a moment for a brief setup and question.
I’m a Linux user. The main reason for this came about for a circumstantial nexus by which I loathe Microsoft Windows but cannot afford much for Apple gear. An iPhone, sure. A Mac? No, not really. And it’s also true that since abandoning the Macintosh Way, Apple has been reducing the value of its desktop computers as marketplace tools, which is one way of saying that I can’t afford to buy the desktop that doesn’t feel one generation too slow.
My point being that a cheap PC and Linux are my best option.
Still, I’m just back from a couple weeks abroad and this time around I traveled as lightly as I could on this point. Then again, only owning one laptop at present, I didn’t feel like carrying the thing overseas.
To the other, a friend recently decided an inexpensive Nextbook device she had was not sufficient for her work purposes and picked up a Lenovo Yoga. She gave the Nextbook to my mother, actually, but the point is that there is now an up-to-date Windows device in my proximity.
And I have several hundred photos to transfer from my iPhone.
Do you understand the implication, Mr. Cook? I’m sorry; that’s patronizing: Of course you recognize the implication.