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Jan 20, 2017 - 05:15 PM UTC — AAPL: 120.00 (+0.22, +0.18%) | NASDAQ: 5555.33 (+15.25, +0.28%)

Category: Opinion

  1. All the ways Apple disappointed us in 2016

    2016 hasn’t been Apple’s best year by a long shot…

  2. Apple endured a miserable 2016. Now what?

    If any other major tech company had the kind of year Apple did in 2016, it’s a fair bet that they would have been crucified by investors…

  3. Why Apple is the most perfect investment for 2017

    Choosing Apple (AAPL) as a must-own stock for the next 12 months is no longer comparable to…

  4. Apple has to start addressing theses problems in 2017

    Apple had some real problems in 2016 and, if the company wants to stay at the peak of relevancy…

  5. Apple’s AirPods show just how badly Siri needs an offline mode

    With the AirPods, the main and only means of audio playback control is by double-tapping…

  6. No, Apple, do not simplify, get better

    Critics say both Mac Pro and Mac mini are already dead and won’t see a refresh in 2017…

  7. All I want for Christmas is a new Mac Pro!

    The ‘late 2013’ Mac Pro cylinder is one of the best Macs I’ve ever owned…

  8. It’s time for Apple to simplify its product line-up – again

    When Steve Jobs returned to Apple in 1997, he drastically simplified the product line-up…

  9. What to expect from Apple in 2017

    Apple’s new spaceship-shaped campus is expected to open for business next year with around 12,000 employees…

  10. Apple’s macOS is becoming legacy software

    Everything that Apple did, and didn’t do, with its Mac lineup this year tells me the company would rather be…

  11. Apple would rather kill U.S. manufacturing if it could, but doing so would be political suicide

    To this day, the Mac Pro remains one of the few products that Apple actually manufactures in the U.S…

  12. Apple’s AirPods could be a bigger business than Apple Watch

    Apple’s ecosystem effect and the large base of affluent iPhone users could provide a sizable target market…

  13. Apple’s not very good, really quite poor 2016

    As they drift off for their one- or two-day vacations shortly, will Apple’s senior executives be patting themselves on the back?

  14. Apple’s software has been anything but ‘magical’ lately

    There was a time when I could blindly update my Apple devices and trust that the update wouldn’t break it…

  15. Cracking the Surface of Microsoft’s fish story

    Microsoft’s boasting appears to be pure marketing bluster and slight of hand…

  16. Gene Munster: AR wearables will replace the iPhone

    After years of being one of the most widely read and quoted Apple analysts on Wall Street…

  17. 5 acquisitions for Apple to consider in 2017

    Apple is a company at a crossroads…

  18. So is Apple’s Touch Bar only the beginning?

    Forget about the argument about whether the Touch Bar is really a feature that can appeal to professionals…

  19. Lazy Apple. It’s not hard to imagine Steve Jobs asking, ‘What have you been doing for the last four years?’

    Steve Jobs didn’t judge people solely on the quality of their work…

  20. Why is Apple’s Safari browser such a memory hog?

    I like Safari. I’ve used Apple’s web browser for most of my work since it was released…

  21. As Microsoft and Qualcomm work on ARM-based PCs, the stage is set for Apple A-series Macs

    Qualcomm today announced that it is working with Microsoft to bring support for Windows 10…

  22. Thinking through Apple product adoption cycles

    I’ve been thinking a lot recently about the various hardware product categories in the consumer technology market…

  23. How Apple will make you really, really want an Apple TV

    The Apple TV is a quite powerful machine. It runs a dual-core…

  24. Tim Bajarin: Why Apple will never merge iOS and macOS

    When Apple introduced its new MacBook Pro lineup in October, the company made it clear that these machines…

  25. Apple’s Amazon Echo echo: What if AirPort Extreme becomes the Siri speaker?

    It’s been a weird year for Apple, product-wise…

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