Whenever a new iPhone launches, the anti-Apple screed writers come out of their caves to pee on Apple’s parade. Chris Matyszczyk:
Tim Cook and his cohorts wanted to present a whole new picture and hope that no one could see the canvas had merely been painted over.
The Event looked much like last year’s Event. So, what’s the biggest lie? Charlie Warzel of NYT:
The entire event is at odds with our current moment — one in which inequality, economic precarity, and populist frustration have infiltrated our politics and reshaped our relationships with once-adored tech companies. But it’s not just the tech backlash. When the world feels increasingly volatile and fragile, it feels a little obscene to gather to worship a $1,000 phone
Then why did you write about it? Oh, that’s right. It’s anti-Apple screed time; that time of the year when technology writers show how much cooler they are than you.