Yes, I agree with everything. I too really like LG's products, especially their TVs & their phones. As for Apple's quality, I just can't shake the memory of going abroad for the first time, back in 2010, and in London, at a store, I saw for the first time ever a touchscreen device. It was the iPad and also the iPod. I don't quite recall which variations or generations they were. As I am not really all that into tech, I wasn't, you know, blown away by the devices per se, but I do remember being really amazed at how 'not rough' and 'seemless' they were. I was used to the clackity-clickity-clackity technology up until this point, lol, so I found it pretty neat. These days, from what I browse mainly online, I am pleased to see that Apple's products hold their turf rather well. You can watch a meaningful number of videos on YouTube showing the iPhone 7, despite having a lower degree of protection on paper, holding up and sometimes outliving
the new Samsung Galaxy S8 on water tests - impressive. In terms of prices, I am definetely a 'waiter'. I really like
waiting out valuable things to get depreciated and then snaching them up if I want to. The most I have ever paid for a phone was ~$200 for the Sony Ericsson K700 one year after it came out on the market. If I manage to get the iPhone 5S for at most
$250, it'd become the most expensive phone I've had. Maybe in theory, if I had limitless resources at my disposal, I would get the 128GB off-contract unlocked silver iPhone SE, but then again what would be the point of that, since in this imaginary situation one would probably have a secretary and wouldn't have the need for a phone at all. I don't know, I never understood those people with the $2000 Vertu phones. I guess they don't really purchase a phone, but rather an exlusivity membership, but I think it's just... dumb.