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The Macalope
Part man, part Mac, part antelope.
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Macworld 9h
The price is wrong: Making things up about the iPhone
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The Macalope 24h
Replying to @caheslep
Yep! Already written up!
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The Macalope Jan 21
Replying to @chrisdomico
Already in the can for tomorrow!
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The Macalope Jan 19
Replying to @Tayster
It’s tempting.
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The Macalope Jan 19
Replying to @haggersnash
I did! How many should I get?
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Macworld Jan 17
Failure is not an option: Tim Cook’s operational skills
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The Macalope Jan 16
Replying to @panzer
Congrats on your new followers. They’re all going to be the finest people.
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Macworld Jan 15
So long, iPhone: Relegating Apple’s hits to history
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The Macalope Jan 12
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Macworld Jan 10
A surfeit of wrong: Cold takes on iPhone demand. (Including one by .)
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Macworld Jan 8
From bad to worse: Bad news leads to simplistic analysis. The latest from .
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The Macalope Jan 6
So, I’d have to move to China to get a smaller iPhone? Well… I might consider that.
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The Macalope Jan 6
*would have
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The Macalope Jan 6
Probably, because it wothave XS guts instead of XS2 guts. Point is, I’ll buy it either way. Not sure how big a group we are but… maybe they could use us now.
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The Macalope Jan 5
Replying to @nhillery1
Ack, thanks. Fixed.
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Steven Sinofsky Jan 4
If to solve apple’s “problem” one suggests a one or two dimensional solution (price point, screen size) to an n-dimensional system then they need to do more work. Cannibalizing yourself sounds super cool until you actually do it and watch billions of dollars per qtr evaporate.
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The Macalope Jan 3
Exactly.
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The Macalope Jan 3
Oh, wait, it was a Nokia! That’s what I was thinking of.
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The Macalope Jan 3
I actually don’t know, either.
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The Macalope Jan 3
It was replaced by a flip phone!
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