I went to the Buyer's Guide the other day and noticed some discrepancies between what MacRumors has posted and what actually happened. For example, the guide says the Apple Watch has been updated twice already. It actually hasn't been updated at all, which you should already know since you stated in an article written today that the next watch is the so-called "Apple Watch 2". I also noticed the iPod Touch guide is very inaccurate. New colors do not mean a new iPod (and new bands don't mean a new Apple Watch). You claim Apple "updated" the iPod Touch when all they really did was release a 4th gen in white color. Then you claim they "updated" again when they released the 16GB 5th gen. This is misleading as it makes it look like they are still on a yearly refresh cycle when in reality the 4th gen came out in 2010, 6 years ago. During that 6 years they have only updated the iPod Touch twice although in the buyer's guide it says they've updated 6 times! The guide says Don't Buy Updates Soon even though Apple just released the iPod Touch 6th gen last year. At the rate they're going it will be at least another year or more before we get a 7th generation. That doesn't sound very "soon" to me. Apple hasn't updated iPod Shuffle since 2010. Apple hasn't updated iPod Nano since 2012. I haven't looked at other products on the guide as closely, but I did notice the Apple TV release schedule on the Buyer's Guide looks suspicious and I believe there are discrepancies there as well.