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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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Unrole models: The loudest developers aren’t always the best

The App Store rules do need to be improved, but not all arguments against it are great.

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Oops, they did it again: More App Store follies

It shouldn't take publicity to make the App Store approval process work right.

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Phone features: Android is not for everyone

Apple's rounded iPhone feature set is a feature in itself. The Macalope explains.

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Spooky Mac stories: Scare-mongering Apple’s chip transition

Wondering about Apple’s switch to its own processors? The Macalope says it’s probably not going to be the horror story some people think.

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Golly, 5G: Apple’s big marketing tool is not all there yet

After being told it needed it now, it turns out 5G isn't ready.

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App Store discontent: So many opinions

There's definitely a problem, but don't take criticism from just anyone.

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Car and revenue driver: Revisiting Apple's auto plans

The Macalope: Maybe Apple didn't miss much by not buying Tesla.

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By any other name: Epic is not the hero Apptown needs

Someone needs to stand up to Apple, but the Macalope doesn't think that Epic is the ideal white knight.

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Watching the time: The Apple Watch’s trajectory

The Apple Watch is not the flop pundits were looking for.

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Let them eat FUD: Scare-mongering Apple’s chip transition

The Macalope: It's hardly time to throw your Intel-based Macs in the trash.

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History repeating itself: Apple could learn from Microsoft’s past

Apple's not the Microsoft of 20 years ago, but it can still learn something from that example.

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Always winning: The world is Microsoft’s oyster

Will Apple’s processor transition be a boon for Microsoft?

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Dynamic duo: The iPhone 12 has already lost

When it comes to products that haven't shipped yet, Microsoft wins every time.