Kuwaiti Nawaf Al-Suwaiyed, age 32, has purchased each and every single iPhone model since the late Apple co-founder reported the progressive handset on Jan. 9, 2007.
Al-Suwaiyed says he has spent more than 15,000 Kuwaiti dinars ($49,000) on Apple items which beside twelve or so iPhones incorporates two iMacs, three portable workstations and both eras of the Apple Watch.
It sounds like a great deal — yet then what do you anticipate from a self-admitted “Appleholic”?
Al-Suwaiyed said to Arab News. “When I saw the iPhone, I resembled ‘yes, this is the future, I need this now’,
“I got my first iPhone in September (2007)… It was an amazing experience for me. It helped me graduate. It helped me with my work… I progressed in my profession in view of the iPhone and innovation.”
It was not generally in this manner. Al-Suwaiyed, who has considerable experience with computer engineering, said he used to dislike Jobs’ way to deal with innovation. Be that as it may, the straight forwardness of the iPhone stage won him over. He even began a YouTube channel including iPhone professional tips, which has more than 100,000 subscribers.