I thought buying a Mac was a crazy idea. How would I be able to use a computer without a right click button? But now I'll never go back to PC for personal use.
Before I switched to iPhone from Nokia N95 in 2008, I thought I'd never buy an iPhone. How would I be able to type accurately without a keyboard? But now I'll never use any phone other than the iPhone.
When iPad just came out, I thought I'd never buy it because it's just a bigger iPhone without the functionality of a phone. But now I've already owned 3 iPads, and I'm expecting to sell my current one on eBay when the next generation comes out.
I've owned tech gadgets of almost all brands - Nokia, Samsung, Sony, IBM, HP, Compaq, LG, Toshiba, Lenovo. You name it. No brand has a better, simpler, more reliable user interface than Apple does. No brand has a better product physical build than Apple does (except for Lenovo PC's, formerly IBM PC's). No brand offers a well integrated user experience among all the devices except for Apple. No brand's warranty service is easier to deal with than Apple's.
That's why I have faith in the company. What's been beaten down is Apple's stock, not the company. Apple's stock price will come back stronger when another catalyst reignites the excitement.