It’s a tradition among pundits: Let’s compare Apple to Microsoft. That never gets old. Or does it?
Holding Apple responsible for the bad actions of its competitors.
AirPower's failure to launch was bad, but not this bad.
The innovation gap between AirPods and randomly working party tricks.
Apple doom is always just around the corner.
You’d think by now, pundits would have figured out that Apple doesn’t use a checklist of features to chase. But that’s not the case, The Macalope says.
Bye-bye, Microsoft Band.
It’s a cool technology, but Apple’s not too late to it.
Lines at the Apple Store were not solely related to Apple selling more iPhones. The Macalope explains.
There’s a good chance people at Apple have read “The Innovator’s Dilemma.”
The Macalope finds that the Apple doom train continues to chug along whether you choose to ride it or it ever stops at Cupertino or not.
Mistakes are bad, but it’s worse when there’s intent. The Macalope explains.
Some iPhones don't sell as well as others. Ergo, flop.
So many Apple killers, so little actual killing.
iPhones are more expensive. But not that much more expensive.