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^ Certain bits of it could certainly use a rewrite and/or a clarification.
 If that's the case then why does it need to be Apple?  Spotify can do that.
Edward Snowden didn't steal anything.  He leaked it.  Leaking information is disobedience.
Never even heard of Silver, but since Swift is still a work-in-progress I'd be very wary of third party development tools.  Compiling Swift isn't that resource intensive, I've done some small projects on an 11" MacBook Air.  I wouldn't recommended doing that for anything of significant size or complexity, but you shouldn't need a Mac Pro if you're a beginner, an iMac or Mac Mini would suffice.
 Doubtful until Apple releases an additional API for contactless cards that aren't credit/debit, but TFL accepts contactless in place of Oyster, so you would be able to use your credit/debit cards in place of Oyster.  That might end up costing extra in international transaction fees if you don't have local cards.
Wow, that's defensive. Apple set the standard and Android copied it.  That doesn't mean it isn't an expensive payment processing fee.  Also note that other app stores are not so restrictive about dictating their own payment processing - apps can use alternatives if they want.  And many other app stores don't have recurring billing in the same way iOS does, so it's not really the same. The historical percentage is irrelevant, the Apple Store is not a brick and mortar store...
 Really?  Given that the classified information is proof of the government's actions that are protest-worthy, what is the difference?  Civil disobedience to effect change is a long standing tradition.
Whoopdy-do.  Snappy quotes don't make good policy.
^ A pretty expensive conduit.
 Other people have been decried as traitors for their stance against the rancid actions and policies of their governments.  Later they are called heroes, freedom fighters, and patriots.
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