Purge the heretic!
I used to be really into apple a while back, and I don't mind Apple that much so long as I'm kept a fair distance away from one of their machines. They've created a nice little walled garden of planned obsolescence for themselves that people for some reason seem to love doling out hundreds if not thousands of dollars a year to stay in. That's fine if you like their ecosystem. It is quite pretty.
However, after dealing with the atrocity that was my parents' old 2009 27" iMac, I'm never drinking from that kool-aid fountain again. That thing died four times and cost more money in servicing and replacements than it originally cost. The last time, I had to take the machine to have it backed up to an external drive, and the only "Genius" at the store who could help was an unhelpful, grumpy old man.
600GB of data over USB 2.0... I was there for 8 hours.