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In addition to being a mythical beast, the Macalope is not an employee of Macworld. As a result, the Macalope is always free to criticize any media organization. Even ours.

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Jack squat: What iPhone 7 headphone rumors are based on

But don't let that stand between you and a good rant.

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Headline doom: The iPhone’s success dooms Apple

People love their iPhones so naturally Apple is in big trouble.

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Cold as ice: Not shocking that physics affects Apple products

Metal may get cold but iPhones and MacBooks are just as weather-resistant as their competitors.

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Lies, damned lies and these lies: Security numbers don’t tell the story

Vulnerability counts don't mean much, particularly when compiled like this.

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Apple doom: Now in its millionth year

And coming to a web publication near you.

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The Forced Analogy: Just say “NOOOOOO!” to mixing Star Wars and Apple

Just because you can make an analogy it doesn't mean that you should.

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Open says me: A magic solution to Apple’s share price

Apple's stock is performing about as well as the market overall so clearly it's time to panic.

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The holiday rush: Time for annual lists

The worst of end-of-the-year traditions.

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The anomaly: Time-traveling Apple doom

Unreleased, unannounced device ruins Apple's reputation!

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Shaken, not stirred: Apple’s stock performance is average

Sure, Apple's usually better than average, but context is still important.

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Ill omens: Over-reading the iPhone tea leaves

The bets placed on Wall Street don't necessarily reflect reality.

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Projection: Apple doom is always just around the corner

The cult of Apple doom can never fail, it can only be failed. By reality.

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Case closed: Apple’s dud might do alright

Apple's new iPhone battery case might not be perfect but it still has some appeal.

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Big Win: Microsoft wins again

A Siri-ous win over Apple for sure.

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All wrong, all the time: History is unkind to Apple doom predictions

Despite the conventional wisdom, Apple Maps turned out OK.