Can we stop with the rumors?

It’s that time of the year again. In a few weeks, Apple will hold a keynote and announce its newest iPhone. The product it unveils usually disappoints everyone, but they end up buying it for some reason. It’s all fun and dandy, but there’s one big annoyance.


Every goddamn year, we start seeing a huge amount of rumors. You cannot ignore them, they’re everywhere: Facebook, Twitter, News websites, etc… These rumors usually turn our to be true, and they actually ruin like 90% of the fun by spoiling the surprise and the suspense in Apple’s keynote.

Something else we can stop is the “expectations”. These are usually based on some companies Apple bought, some idea they patented or simply an order they made. I would give you an example, but I’m sure you’ve seen one before.

In order to avoid as much as possible, do the following:

  1. Mute keywords such as “rumors”, “leaks”, “iphone 6”, etc…
  2. Avoid checking Apple news websites, they’re usually filled.
  3. Don’t try googling it.
  4. Unfollow all Apple-related accounts until the keynote?
  5. Leave the Internet?
  6. ???
  7. Someone who isn’t tech savvy will ask you in real life anyway.

Sorry, it’s just how it is.


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