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Imagine Apple's upside if Judge Koh didn't allow Sungsam's theft of Apple's IP and trade dress.
Whatever you do, Tim, don't mention the war.
Like you, I have a long history with Apple (25 years), and I find Daniel's pieces over the years to be informative, direct, humorous, and well-written.  I continue to be impressed with breadth and depth of Daniel's knowledge about the computer tech field, and also like you, his writings are the primary reason I read AI.  For those who don't like Daniel's postings, I suggest they read Rob Enderle's writings. He'll give them what they want.
I get tired of reading such criticisms and put-downs of Daniel's writings. If you don't like what he writes, don't read it. My take is folks like you call articles such as this one "puff pieces" because they stand in contrast to the mostly idiotic criticisms and hit pieces published by people at CNET and the like.  I say if you want to offer Daniel constructive criticism, contact him privately, instead of throwing things out for everyone to see. 
Maynard G. Krebs?
I steer family, friends, acquaintances away from purchasing anything and everything branded with the Samsung name.
Or just take care of the cables so they are not abused. My iPhone 5s is now nearly 18 months old, and the cable that came with it works and looks just like it when it was new out of the box. This is true of all the cables I have from various iPad and previous iPhones. They last if one takes halfway decent care of them. 
My reviews are. My wife and I have used iPhones since the original 2G, and 3GS, 4, 4S, 5s. In all that time and using many cables, they've all held up fine. And like I stated, we treat our Apple products as though we paid good money for them and care about them so they last. We don't treat cables as bailing wire, and we don't throw our iPhones and iPads around like I sometimes see others doing. As for another poster saying Apple's cables 'fall apart' after a few months, I...
In at least ten years of dealing with cables for Apple notebooks, iPhones, iPads, I've never had one fail or give me a moment's grief. But I treat cables as relatively delicate devices, i.e., when wrapping the cables around power bricks, iPhones, I make certain the portion that attaches to the device is as straight as possible with as little tension on the cable. That's all it takes, along with using the connector to plug / unplug the cable.  Sure, Apple could ship their...
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