How learned are those who concern-troll Apple? Turns out not very.
Having unveiled its latest iPad, it's time for Apple to once again suffer the slings and arrows of outrageous fortune, and the uninformed punditry that comes with it.
The Macalope finds the bewildering number of Android phone options amusing, as well as the fact that people keep citing DigiTimes rumors. And is iOS in need of a makeover? We never really find out.
Mountain Lion spells trouble for Apple, naturally, while one silly pundit thinks an Apple boycott is in order. Then silly pundits clash, forcing the Macalope to agree with one of them. Oh, the near-humanity!
Sometimes maybe we shouldn't.
The Macalope asks just how high one silly pundit is, plays his version of Where's Waldo?, and looks at the bets placed on the future of Windows 8.
We have to blame someone, right? How about Apple?
The Macalope wonders what some prognosticators are smoking and then asks "what's in a name?"
Apple continues its unbeaten streak of being doomed and evil! And, with the help of eWeek, the Macalope shows you how ten can be less than zero.
The iTV is DOA, and Samsung's defenders want you mean Apple fans to cut it out!
It's a new year, but silly pundits and mongers of unfounded rumors still walk the Earth. Well, how else is the Macalope supposed to pay off these Christmas bills?
Paul Thurrott proscribes cures for the iPad, Microsoft needs therapy and iOS gets a hot market share injection.
Like clockwork, the pundits are out to tell us how 2012 could be difficult for Apple. But it's all sunshine and roses for Android!
Harsh words are thrown about and someone's feeling are going to get hurt. Can't we have one dinner a year in peace?!
The bloom is off the rose this week, whether it be with iPad competitors, Siri, or even misleading headlines. Fortunately, the Macalope is on the case.