I love MacRumors, but I find Dan From MacRumors often difficult to watch. Something about the combination of his unnecessary editorializing while he butchers the English language turns me off. Most egregious to the ear is his constant mispronunciations of the most ubiquitous word in the English language: the. He repeatedly fails to properly navigate the difference between “thuh” (before words starting with consonants) and “thee” (before words starting with a vowel). It makes it very hard to take anything he says seriously, and after a few minutes it feels like verbal waterboarding. Beyond the word “the”, a few days ago, he uncorked this doosey in a Pixel 3 video: “Because of the more premium materials THAT’S found on the iPhone XS Max, the 3 XL does feel a little bit lighter to hold, and this is a little more comfortable to hold in my opinion.” A) “Premium materials” is plural, so “that are” is the correct conjugation. This kind of awkward phrasing is more frequent than it should be. And B) Why not end that sentence with “lighter to hold”? Everything after that is editorializing from a source that I don’t find credible. As a viewer, I’m interested in facts, not Dan’s opinion. I’ve written about this before. I think this site is too good to continue to allow this kind of second rate video reporting to continue. Please have a conversation with Dan From MacRumors about how and when to say he word the vs. thē. I know it’s probably a lifelong habit and will be hard to break. But it will seriously boost his professionalism and perceived credibility. And ask him to stop passive aggressive editorializing about Apple products. If there is a factual difference between an iOS product and an Android product, it’s helpful to point it out. But too often it comes across as dig, born from a pro-Android/anti-Apple bias. Dan is not Joanna Stern or David Pogue. Or even Marquis Brownlee. I’d prefer he state the facts so the reader can form their own opinion. What he thinks matters very little to me as he seems to have a Android bias, and a rather shallow understanding of how and why Apple designs products they way they do. So many of his digs and opinions come off as ignorant or without nuance or insight. As a reader of an Apple focused news site whose articles consistently do a good job of maintaining journalistic integrity, I expect the same from its informational videos.