You're really sticking with that argument?
It's amazing the opinions some people get paid for, isn't it?
Pundits work out their own issues by writing about Apple. Apparently.
The New York Times, the Wall Street Journal and ... Gizmodo? Oh, the places you'll write if you write dumb pieces about Apple!
The "Steve Jobs would never have..." meme rolls on.
Apple products sold out... OR ARE THEY?
Progress marches ever forward, but only on a cable long enough to stay connected to our existing peripherals.
And is there any way we can get them to stop?
Samsung copied Apple? Pff! Whaa? Get out! Stop it! Go on!
It's never too early to talk about Apple products that don't exist as if they do exist.
Is it too much to ask that people stop writing dumb pieces about Apple for a week? Apparently.
Why do people write some of these pieces about Apple? And is there any way we can get them to stop?
Lenovo find the iPad lacking, but don't tell that to all the people buying iPads. And Microsoft's playing the name game again. That always ends well.
And, unfortunately, the joke's on us.
Technology punditry should not be like reading tea leaves.