I saw this article from Mark Wilson at Fast Company. Although the title is somewhat misleading (clickbait?), I really liked his take. First, he talks about how sales may be down, but usage still is awesome. He shares, "People are reading books, watching Netflix, and surfing the web on their tablets, which, sales figures aside, should be the most important indicator of whether a product is really a "hit."" He goes on to give thoughts as to why older iPads are holding their own, and then wraps up with his reasoning behind the article title. Concluding with, "The platforms waning sales are a testament to the designs longevity ... there's no shame in a product reaching market saturation, so long as the customer is happy." "Lets champion Silicon Valley for building something we dont all need [to] throw out every two years. Good design means something is used, not replaced."