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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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Troubling analysis: The iPhone’s overstated problems

Apple has problems, it always does, but they're not life-threatening.

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Nothing on but repeats: Recycling iPhone X doom

A 50 percent cut in production, now with more percents.

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Killing it: Apple kills supposedly killer bug

Will the company survive?

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Unseriously: The iPhone’s supposed problem

Imagining the iPhone's troubles.

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Half right: Fighting iPads with Fire

Amazon and Apple have different business models and that's OK.

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Unreal: Hunting the elusive iPhone X owner

If you can't find one, just talk to anyone about it.

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Double or nothing: Certain standards only get applied to Apple

For some weird reason the home speaker market is the only thing that matters.

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Insufficiently good: The bad news about the iPhone X

It's selling well! Must be trouble.

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Trouble ahead: Even the small products can ruin Apple

The HomePod spells big trouble for Apple.

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Going wrong: The desire to fix the iPhone X

Fixing what is probably not broken.

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X marks the spot: Tracking Apple’s decline

Nobody likes the iPhone X. Except for all the people buying them.

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X-tinction: The reported cancelation of the iPhone X

Reports of its death have been greatly exaggerated.

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From hell: The Apple retail experience

It could be better so it must be the worst thing ever.

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Insubstantial contributions: The iPhone X’s failure to dominate

Turns out not literally everyone wanted to buy the $1,000 phone.

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Upcoming mistakes: Pre-dooming the HomePod

It's not here yet but we already know it has no chance.