The news probably will not like Apple's fanboys: Merriam-Webster has just added the word 'sheeple' to her dictionary, defining it as 'people who are obedient and easily affected: they are likened to sheep'.
Who are often sheeple? Apple's fanboys - those who buy what the company sells, whether it's useless, overrated or uniginal.
Of course, the site gave one a perfect example for the term in her dictionary:
Apple released a battery pack for the iPhone that the sheeple would easily buy 99 dollars.
The dictionary can do trolling with the term, but we all understand what it means. And unfortunately sometimes he is right ...