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A sour note: Calling on Apple to stop doing keynotes

[2019-09-17 10:00:00]

Deriding the iPhone is so 2018. What’s hot this year is deriding iPhone events.Writing for a local paper in the New York area called… [puts on reading glasses, squints]… The New York Times, Charlie Warzel called for Apple to stop doing product release keynotes. Because all our problems can be traced back to Apple keynotes.John Gruber has already responded to Warzel’s piece but suffice it to say Warzel seems to have written it under the principle, “let the light of my burning strawmen guide your way.”To read this article in full, please click here

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