There should be little wonder that people have a difficult time understanding what is real news and fake news amid perspective, opinion, editorials, and advertising which are passed off as news.
Zach Epstein‘s with a few facts:
Every single iPhone announcement for the past decade has been met with responses that can only be described as mixed. Apple fans go crazy over Apple’s new designs and new features, giddy as they chat about why each new iPhone is the best smartphone the world has ever seen. Naysayers proudly proclaim that Apple’s new iPhone models are boring, or that the company is just playing catch-up with rivals. Everyone is entitled to his or her opinion, of course, but it’s hard to argue that Apple isn’t at least doing something right. iPhones have comprised the world’s best-selling line of smartphones for as long as most people can remember, and no phone maker enjoys higher rates of customer satisfaction or customer loyalty.
iPhone X is being sliced and diced by people who have yet to touch it, let alone try it for two weeks before making a review aimed at adults. As always, Apple will have trouble keeping up with demand.