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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 addiction: That thing we made up is all Apple’s fault

Technology addiction may not even be a real thing.

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Let’s do it again: One iPhone killer dies, another is born

This time they'll get Apple for sure.

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Release the hounds: When a press release fits your notions

It's great when you can talk about a new product and complain about Apple at the same time.

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Sticking with it: iPhone X sales have to disappoint eventually

If at first a narrative doesn't succeed, try it, try it again.

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The doom addiction: Analysts still down on AAPL

Some people think Apple can't continue to keep doing what it's always been doing for much longer.

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2 fast, 2 furious: iPhone SE 2 rumors run amok

None of this makes much sense.

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Crazy-making: Apple’s reinvention of the smartphone

Apple's influence on the industry drives some people nuts. But who's fault is it?

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Taking stock: The X effect on AAPL

Don't take a short-term outlook.

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Bear it in mind: Rumors of the iPhone X failure failed

Let's review what pundits said about the iPhone X.

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Rabble rousing: iOS 11 bugaboo

The Macalope points out that wannabe pundits like to exaggerate out of all proportion.

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Temporary, repeated insanity: Misunderstanding iPhone part orders

How to be right and wrong at the same time.

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Quarterly churnings: Apple results bring predictable reaction

Apple did well but failed to live up to every single fantasy analysts created.

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Unreasonable Xpectations: Wall Street unimpressed with the iPhone X

How many people did you think were going to buy a $999 smartphone?

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Panic attack: Scapegoating the iPhone X

The iPhone X did not cause a global slowdown in the smartphone market.

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Fool on the hill of money: The iPhone X doing its job

Almost nobody is buying the $999 phone other than the people buying it.