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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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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.

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One good apple: It does not improve the whole bunch

Some good Apple punditry doesn't mean it's all good.

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Little big Apple: Beset with foes, Apple somehow squeaks by

The Macalope thought it was weird last week to see Apple portray itself as beset by foes on all sides.

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Store wars: When tech companies grouse about each other

Microsoft complains about Apple but maybe isn’t that wrong.

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Powering down: iPhone 12 battery rumors

Don't let rumors of the next iPhone's battery ruin your summer.

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Getting WARMer: Everybody’s moving to ARM

Apple's move has implications for Microsoft.

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The last line dance: Microsoft closes its stores

The Macalope: So long and thanks for... Uh, well, so long.

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More like NotBooks: MacBook canceled until further notice

Cancel culture has gone too far this time, says The Macalope.

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Hey there: Apple’s public fight with one developer

The App Store rules and Apple’s selective interpretation cause a pre-WWDC dustup.

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A hello to ARMs: The next generation of Apple tropes

The rumors of Apple switching the Mac to its own ARM processors have the Macalope reminiscing about the good ol' days.

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By any other name: Counting ports on the MacBook Pro

The Macalope says that not everyone defines "pro" the same way.