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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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The refrain: Stop repeating yourself

Repeating dire claims about the iPad Pro does not make them true.

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A massive disconnect: Hang on to those smartphones

It's OK to use your smartphone this holiday season.

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iPad Pro no: Apple’s latest is already proclaimed a failure

It's been out for two weeks and it hasn't changed everything!

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Dead again: Another Apple Watch killer

So many Apple Watch killers, so little Apple Watch death.

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Out of touch: The iPad Pro’s premature failure

Apple's philosophy is different than Microsoft's and that's OK.

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Traffic court: Trying too hard for attention

Sometimes things aren't worth deconstructing.

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Cooked goose: Spotting Apple’s problem

Tim Cook's failings are easy to see if you put on these special glasses. A tin foil hat doesn't hurt, either.

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Mystery meat: Security survey results lack details

A new survey shows startling results! Supported by too little detail!

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The iPad Obtuse: Misunderstanding the message

The iPad Pro is here and Tim Cook's comments on it are causing a stir.

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Oh, oh, oh, it’s magic: Conjuring up Apple doom

These are some magical arguments against Apple's continued success.

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Underground fruit: Making Apple news with a minimum of ingredients

If it's an Apple problem, it's news.

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Retroactive disaster: Not even math can save the Apple Watch

Some people think no matter how many Watches Apple's sold, no one wants them.

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Distrusted commentary: You can’t un-burn a bridge

Everyone's got an opinion but some people probably don't need theirs prominently displayed.

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The boy who cried short: Consistently bearish on AAPL

Some day Apple won't do well. Better get on that train now.

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Can’t win for winning: Apple doom coming any day

Apple's quarterly results are never good enough to save it from its impending doom.