I have been at all times factual and measured in my oration. Throwing around useless rhetoric about my supposed inebriation shows a failure on your part to truly engage in the discussion at hand.
Far from 14, this is the attitude of a 10 year old akin to throwing a fit in the supermarket. Is the ‘B’ in your username for Benjamin button? your increasing regression to childhood is alarming.
Focus on the user through engineered design is not unique to Apple and has nothing to do with marketing. Though results in brilliant marketing. Is it easy to sell great products, but don’t get the sequencing confused.
By your measure, Microsoft is ‘drunk’ with their Surface range, Tesla is disrupting with their expanding lineup though ‘drunk’ and Enertion who is attempting to move in a similar vein must be lead by a ‘drunk’ also.
My point is simple. Engaging design is focused design, through precise engineering. Precision is inherently specialised, specific and therefore expensive.
I’ll give you the knock on Apple repairability, though the flip side of that argument is the positives of deep integration and optimisation.
I am happy to argue/converse with you, but be a bit more mature about it, grow up a bit, somewhere beyond 14 would be nice.