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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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Questionable: Asking questions we already know the answers to

Are people suddenly hating iPhones? No.

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The wrongness chamber: Getting it wrong on the iPhone case

Apple's concern for security is not making it seem less secure.

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The wrong side of right: Decrying Apple’s security stance

Apple has to be doing something wrong because that's all Apple could possibly do.

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Let’s surrender: A cold take on iPhone backdoors

If you can't point to privacy, does it even exist?!

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Privacy matters: Unlocking an iPhone would set a dangerous precedent

Apple gets it right, both political parties and the government get it wrong.

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Breaking up is dumb to do: Apple needs its retail operations

Apple should not shed one of the keys to its customer service.

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Absolute zero: The coldest of takes on Apple

Ankle-deep takes delivered ice cold to your doorstep.

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Prolonging the magic: ‘Error 53’ story becomes the story

It's easy to miss the most important part when you try very hard to.

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Tempest in a teapot: The iPhone 5se pre-fail

Sometimes a small phone is just a small phone.

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Fury road: ‘Error 53’ is more a feature than a bug

Bricking your phone as a service.

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The disruption hammer: Apple still drives the smartphone market

It's less its phones and more market dynamics Apple's up against.

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Professor, teach thyself: Misunderstanding Apple’s business

Sometimes a professor needs to go back to school.

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Taking the cake: Always declare a winner when it best suits you

Apple's forecast for next quarter is less than stellar? Time to declare game over.

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Raising the Apple Car: Who should do it?

Who knows better, Apple or Detroit?

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A case of the Suppostahs: What’s the Apple Watch supposed to be?

If you have to ask, maybe you can't emotionally afford one.