Except that I don't have an orgasm because Microsoft reported earnings and made $x billion in a quarter. For me, using Microsoft products is a business decision. Call me crazy, but I consider computers and phones as tools and not as a way of life. When there comes a time when Microsoft products don't make business sense, then I'll move on.
That is rapidly becoming an archaic view, that all Apple users are religious about their products. I have (female) friends that are forever telling to "get an iPhone", and are perplexed that I have an android phone (that I am paying more for than their iPhone) that fall into this bracket, but my nephew takes one to school, and the guy that works in my local shop has one, as do most of the taxi drivers where I live, and they ain't posh.
Apples success has negated the exclusivity that the typical Apple worshiper consumes conspicuously, people hardly bat an eyelid if you have an iPhone or an iPad nowadays.
Don't get me wrong, fanbois still exist, but Microsoft and Google have them as well in equal measure, they just aren't as pompous and ostentatious, that's all.