Originally Posted by MacRulez
You're in the wrong place. Try MacRumors or MacWorld.
This is a ridiculous comment. MacRumours in particular is a fan-boy shouting match. AppleInsider is one of the least
biased rumour sites out there, and I've visited most of them daily for many years now.
Also, even though it's likely no one will believe it, Daniel's articles (arguably the most editorial on the site and therefore potentially the most biased), are actually not that biased at all. He has been caught in direct mistakes perhaps twice in the whole time he's been writing for Apple Insider, and while he does editorialise, he only really gently
exaggerates a few things here and there, and usually by omission.
Try it yourself. Go through his articles either here or on his own site and try to disprove the things he says. While you might find a lot of slightly misleading stuff, he hardly ever directly lies or makes a mistake and overall the accuracy of his predictions is quite high. He also has a great historical insight and is able to "place" topics within that history so they are more understandable.
People are fond of dumping on him, but if you check the facts the story looks a bit different. It's just that the average Internet troll or fandroid doesn't have the intellectual capacity, and isn't willing to spend the time to check the details out, they just scream "fanboy!" and run away.
Writing detailed insightful articles and making sense is actually a lot harder
than most trolls assume it is.