Every now and then I disagree so strongly with a colleague at iTWire or at other sites and publications that I feel compelled to call shenanigans on their work.
An article published over the weekend at iphonetouch.blorge.com entitled 'iPhone 5: 7 ways Apple’s next-generation device could bomb' is a case in point.
I realise that I criticise other people's work, I got to be prepared for criticism of your own - so if you think there are any flaws in this analysis, please point them out in a comment below.
Andrew Dodson presented what he called "7 ways the iPhone 5 could totally bomb" - except that they are no such thing.
1: "iPhone preorders won't be taken right away"
It would indeed be unusual if Apple didn't start taking orders as soon as it reveals the new iPhone.
Effect on sales: negligible.