“A person familiar with Apple’s plans” | The Loop
About That Bloomberg Report on Next Year’s iPhones | Daring Fireball
Apple Said Developing Curved IPhone Screens, New Sensors | Bloomberg [Tim Culpan and Adam Satariano]
One More Gem From the Bloomberg iPhone Claim Chowder File | Daring Fireball [Argin Chang]
Here Comes the Sun | NYTimes.com
Joe Nocera does it again | Fortune Tech
But what will be remembered about Nocera’s latest Apple column is that he called Tim Cook a liar — accusing him of telling, under oath, a “whopper” and a “flat-out lie.” Nocera implies, but doesn’t actually say, that he makes those charges after watching Cook’s testimony.
I watched Cook’s testimony — twice. I find it hard to believe that Nocera saw any of it. And having read the documents and news articles he cites, I believe that on the points with which he has factual disagreements with Cook, he’s provably wrong.
Philip Elmer-DeWitt on Joe Nocera on Tim Cook | Daring Fireball
ティム・クックは嘘つきだ：NY タイムズ | maclalala2
About that Bloomberg report of ‘falling iPad mini demand’ | Fortune Tech
“After the meeting, one reporter from Bloomberg approached me, trying to dig out detail numbers about some specific product. I clearly refused to comment on specific products, nor customers, even though he continued with other questions. I did say those words that he quotes me in the article “more on demand, while price has been stable”…, “almost every item is moving in a negative direction”…; “Not just tablets, also e-books and games consoles”. But I did not say anything associated with any specific products.
アップルのネガティブ報道が生まれる仕掛け | maclalala2
Beware of Quotes That Aren’t Inside Quotation Marks | Daring Fireball
Quarterly quiverings | All this
I don’t use a Mac or an iPhone because of Apple’s balance sheet. I use them because they (usually) work for me, and I save my anger and frustration for when they don’t. I’m far more affected by an iCloud screwup than by the iPhone’s market share, by Lion’s removal of Save As… than by Apple’s stock price, and by Preview’s lack of AppleScript support than by anything Rob Enderle says.
決算発表のことなど気にし過ぎだ | maclalala2
Quarterly quiverings | Marco.org
Gewirtz may be a brilliant example of anti-journalism, but he’s really just a symptom of how low technology journalism has sunk, and how the average pageview-hungry “anti-journalist” treats readers with contempt.
Who’s behind the Tim-Cook-must-go whisper campaign? | Fortune Tech
They are not friends of Apple, and they don’t have the company’s best interests at heart.
The anti-Apple campaign | The Loop