Is this glass half full or half empty? Is it even a glass? What is water? What if it was fire instead?
The progression of these questions may seem odd, but that’s just how you start thinking about Apple survey results if you write for CNBC.
Todd Haselton gives us the bad news where by “news” we mean “a wild guess” and by “bad” we mean “good”.
“Nobody wants to buy a $1,000 iPhone, Barclays says.” (Tip o’ the antlers to Kendall Lister and Philip Speicher.)