A condition displayed by iFag
s, individuals who have become enamored by trendy, overpriced and untimately useless "Apple" products. The current symptoms of iFaggery are typically expressed as:
1. The operation of three (3) or more Apple products on one's person, at once.
2. A tendency to aggrandize common features that may be easily found on any other brand of computer, media device etc.
3. An uncontrollable urge to repeat, in verbatum, the exaggerated, and often fraudulent claims of Apple marketing entities.
John's obsession with his new iPhone had quickly deteriorated into a classic case of iFaggery.