How ugly is Apple’s 2019 iPhone? Just ask Forbes.

The dogs of Forbes’ contributor network have found a new bone to gnaw.

The weirdest thing about this breathless series of leaks, scoops and confirmations is that it was interrupted Tuesday by a Forbes report that suggested maybe the contributors were barking up the, you know, wrong tree.

From senior contributor Gordon Kelly on July 2:

Is Apple about to switch things up? With the company’s ugly 2019 iPhone redesign now a stone-cold certainty, a genuinely surprising report reveals Apple is designing a very different iPhone which millions will want.

See also: Gordon Kelly’s stuff in Forbes is ‘a malware attack on readers’

7 Comments

  1. David Drinkwater said:

    Two Gordon Kelly articles and two Ewan Spence articles. Proceed at your own risk.

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    July 5, 2019
  2. Jerry W Doyle said:

    I remember my initial hesitancy with embracing the vertical protuberance of the camera lens on my purchasing of the iPhone X and my same reluctance with the notch on the face of the device. Stylistic changes over time often have a way of growing on you or perhaps we grow to accept them. I must say that the iPhone X has become my favorite of all my iPhones owned over the years with its stylistic design and function. I love it! It is the very best iPhone I have ever owned. I suspect folk purchasing the iPhone XI or 11 will feel the same once they start using the device. Personally I always prefer “thin” (I miss Jony and Steve), but Apple is sidelining style for substance. We are seeing Apple do this with the discontinuance of the butterfly mechanism keyboard in its MacBooks.

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    July 5, 2019
  3. Gregg Thurman said:

    How much influence does Forbes have among investors? Apparently not much.

    AAPL is up 0.23% while the DOW, S&P 500, Naz 100 and Russell 2000 are all down (average -0.24%)

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    July 5, 2019

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