Born of the earth, forged in fire, the Macalope was branded "nonstandard" and "proprietary" by the IT world and considered a freak of nature. Part man, part Mac, and part antelope, the Macalope set forth on a quest to save his beloved platform. Long-eclipsed by his more prodigious cousin, the jackalope (they breed like rabbits, you know), the Macalope's time has come. Apple news and rumormonger extraordinaire, the Macalope provides a uniquely polymorphic approach.
The launch of the iPhone was the first move in what is likely to be a long game for Apple, trying to gauge the overall success based on two days of incomplete data is silly.
Gartenberg doesn't even mention the fact that the iPhone launch was plauged with activation problems. Needless to say, the Macalope is bullish on the iPhone. We'll see what this afternoon's quarterly conference call brings.
[Disclaimer: the Macalope holds an inconsequential number of Apple shares.]
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