yeah, but that gets back to the crude example of the iPhone... I mean, we have some realities to deal with here.
I can argue that an iPhone is a metaphor for a bunch of magical functions that that make perfect sense in a dimension where time and space and gravity do not exist as we know them. In our material, obstructed, dimension, metaphors are needed - as an embodiment of intentions. The primary reality (the realm of causes) is the metaphysical. Our physical dimension is a realm of effect. That does not mean that it is not 'real', however. So we stumble over the language of reality.
So I ask, respectfully, what "realities" do we have to deal with here?