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It's not just us.   https://discussions.apple.com/community/mac_app_store/using_mac_apple_store   All today. 
    Have you been getting this just recently? I didn't get this message this morning, for example. 
Weird thing is (additionally) is that now I'm getting this error when the App Store update list tries to refresh:   The operation couldn’t be completed. (NSURLErrorDomain error -1100.)
  It always was. It was never a separate download. All apple apps are in software update (which is now lumped in to App Store updates.) OS X updates also show up in the App Store update list. iTunes should also be there. 
Still not in the App Store update list. Odd, but I expect it'll be available by tomorrow at the latest. 
LOL we have these conversations every year. And the results is the same every year.    If people are looking for Apple to drop the ball, this iPhone 5 *still* aint it. You'll have to go fishing elsewhere. 
  You aren't. It's tech-site goers that are in the minority (especially the big Apple-critics on tech sites, and they don't even know it.)
Apple knows they shouldn't mess too much with a good thing.    All it needs are improvements here and there. That's what the iPhone 5 brings. Improvements in all the right places. iOS is already as refined as any mobile OS could get. Nothing comes close to it in terms of User Experience.    Here's the "stale" iPhone:         http://news.cnet.com/8301-13579_3-57398726-37/iphone-again-scores-top-spot-at-customer-satisfaction/   Most...
  iPhone 4 and 4S have led the way in customer satisfaction. This is documented.  Most consumers thought the design was beautiful. 
  Except that the vast majority of points commonly pulled out against Apple, usually aren't.    The facts tend to have a pro-Apple bias. Just the way things are these days. 
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