"You earned a promotion to First Anniversary.You've been here for a Year!" Thanks AppleInsider, although I joined in August 2010.
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I have never liked Apple's leather products personally, not due to their durability itself but due to the discoloration. Purchased a leather iPhone case years ago, and in under a year it looked so bad (and not in an attractive way) that I purchased leather cleaner to try and restore it. Even that wouldn't help the severely degraded color which turned a bright yellow into a very dirty looking case.I'm not sure the appeal, maybe some people like what I disliked so much! I just personally don't get it.
Not sure how an app store with an infinitely expanding collection of 99% useless apps is supposed to be a sign of health, but one which doesn't expand in terms of the number of apps is tagged as unhealthy or concerning. To me, a slowdown would indicate that the store's getting too crowded to support new devs, and the fact that the platform has basically stayed the same for over a decade for the most part. There might be more than 10 great apps which have paid to push themselves to the top of lists, searches, etc. But we may never know because they're buried under everything else thanks to the search options Apple has implemented.Dear Apple: Make your search function in the appstore more powerful please! We need more curated lists of apps which are actually good, not ones which match a set of keywords or socially-promoted criteria.