I've been involved with computers from mainframes to tablets, including smartphones (simply a general-purpose microcomputer with telephony, camera, etc). My technical interests include:
Any microcomputer device, especially those running versions of Windows 8, Windows Phone 8, and Android, and their accessories
Software for Windows and Android devices
Please don't get me wrong because I didn't mention Apple products. I just haven't had much experience with those products. Nevertheless, Steve Jobs was one of my favorite people. I even had a meeting with Steve about Atari's World Cup Soccer game around 1975 just before he began his meteoric rise to fame and fortune. Unfortunately, I never saw him in person again.
By the way, Atari and the Byte Shop didn't look as depicted in the biopic Jobs. I well remember seeing an Apple II in the Byte Shop in Mountain View, CA, around 1977. I declined to buy the Apple II because I wanted a computer containing a monitor. Several years were to pass before I saw my dream machine, an Intertec Superbrain running CP/M, at a computer show in San Francisco in 1980. I bought a Superbrain, some software, and a dot-matrix printer shortly after that for around $4400, the Superbrain costing $3000 of that overall cost. And, away I went...