No leg to stand on

This week’s Macworld column shows that dubious propositions are what makes the world of Apple punditry go ’round.

How low can you go?

Today’s Macworld column looks at some sound advice: Apple should rush to the low end of the market.

Macalope, the mug

For possibly a limited time you can get an “I’m the Macalope” mug. Hurry!

Coming up lame

Today’s Macworld column finds the Macalope desperate for material!

Obsolete arguments

Today’s Macworld column asks “Do we really need to have this argument about planned obsolescence again?”

Not-so-smartphone

Yesterday’s Macworld column found Apple’s doom in a piece of crap Android phone that you can only buy in India.

Things might get ontological

This week’s Macworld column finds pundits who have a hard time with the definition of things.

No way to win

Today’s Macworld column finds Apple damned if it does make a large iPhone and damned if it doesn’t.

On repeat

Tuesday’s Macworld column found the best way to deal with evidence contrary to your Apple doom scenario is to double down.

A steady decline

This week’s Macworld column documents Apple’s steady decline into irrelevance.