‘Apple must’ expect WWDC disappointment

Jonny Evans

Watching Apple since 1999. I don't say what they should do. I say what they might do. They sometimes do.

4 Responses

  1. Elmor says:

    A good read, and accurate, too. I don’t think of myself as jaded, just experienced.

  2. filecat13 says:


    Not to be contrary, but to sacrifice journalistic integrity would require one to have it in the first place, nay? I think your last prepositional phrase is really to the point, and I’d love to see it led in with “…pity each one for shamelessly exposing themselves as paid shills with no integrity…”

    Sorry about the nit, but while I do pity them, I’ve never considered them as having journalistic integrity.

    Again, Apple Must is a cool idea, and I wish you much success.

  3. Constable Odo says:

    There were a lot of disappointed people when they heard Apple lost its number one brand ranking to Google. Many were claiming it was the end of Apple for all time because the company is beng run into the ground no longer worth what it used to be worth. Google is now considered the most powerful and most influential tech company on the planet. They say that Apple had its day but the future is Google’s.

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