As all of you folks might have seen it already, earlier today Tim Cook Apple’s CEO apologized for the Apple Maps disaster. Well our favorite gadget news source Engadget was one of the first to report it. Well we were actually feeling okay for the Maps disaster after the apology, and I even posted “now we can consider it closed, hoping Apple to either upgrade it soon or switch to Google Maps”.
Well after the post titled “Editorial: Apple apologies actually aren’t that infrequent, and that’s okay” from Engadget, we were actually feeling sorry for them instead of apple. I am big fan of Engadget and I have been following them for quite a long time now. But after seeing today’s post, like many, I felt as if Tim Cook himself wrote this post.
I was reading the comments on what other readers have to say, till now there were over 800 comments and 99% were pointing to Engadget being an Apple fan. I do not want to believe so, but as far as that particular post is concerned, it points otherwise.
See the comments:
Anyways we do not expect a “You are reading it wrong” type of feedback from Engadget, like the one Apple gave few years back during Antennagate (“You are holding it wrong”)!
I think its now Engadget’s turn to apologize to its readers after Apple.
Read Editorial: Apple apologies actually aren’t that infrequent, and that’s okay – Engadget, don’t forget the comments section!
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Just waiting for “The Verge” to copy paste the artictle to their website