"...anybody who use apple products are not IT people..."
So you asked for it, you'll get it
No - just kidding. Indeed I am using an iPhone and with a kind of sarcasm I have to admit that copy and paste is a feature that needs to be advertised on TV though it took only 2 years implementing it. Maybe I have to mention that my HTC Hermes already did the job a few years ago.
Due to the fact that I own such a device I have to admit that the iPhone is quite a "fashion victim" product. Technically I can't stand that this pimped MP3 Player is unable to sync the calendar with an open plattform or open protocols like SyncML. I think I won't recommend buying another "iPhone" but rather look for an open alternative (like open, for open standards). So here in Germany there is no alternative right now without jailbreaking the phones. I'm very curious about the new Palm but for now I am "bound" to the iPhone :/
Besides, privately I am using 2 Mac computers and I still think, the Mac operating system is a well designed Unix/Linux OS which filled the gap providing simplicity to the end user whilst keeping up good remote management capabilities for tech guys. IMHO the trick is, that Apple went back to the roots (A/UX) and relied on open standards, implemented them well and wrapped everything in candy paper
But for business issues I have to agree, that Windows is the better alternative (thinking of Software, Integration, Compatibility...)
So, back to my favourite Gadget, I think I couldn't live without my VDR anymore