I hate the design standard of eliminating the 3.5mm headphone jack.
Forced unavoidable updates
Changes to great UI designs just for the sake of changing in order to "look new". Most cases, they change for the worse.
Elimination of physical medium for software.
Paying $1000 difference for a phone simply for a better camera and other specs that the average person will probably never use.
Tablets replacing the computers or keyboards in general for casual home computer users.
Apple products simply being looked at as the norm to fit into society.
Airpods are overrated and overpriced for music listening.
Walking 50 steps from your bedroom to your smart speaker to ask it to turn off Light Switch B, despite Light Switch B being only 10 steps from your bedroom. Then yelling at it 20 times to finally open your automated/manual lightweight slide door into your home gym so you can start on your long grueling weight lifting session. But hey, I spent nearly $200 on it, so I gotta use it.
What goes up, will inevitably come back down. Whoever you have to step on when you go up, you will be at their mercy when you go down.
The truth is strictly what the ones in power perceives it to be.
Enjoy any good things, even the little and menial ones, as you will never know what impending distresses could descend upon you in a moment.