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Apple Store app 'let it snow' easter egg is a winter delight

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Apple Store app (Image credit: iMore)

Stop. Launch the Apple Store app (opens in new tab). Tap on Search. Type: let is snow. Smile.

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Apple's not the first to add some snowflake fun to apps but, usually, that sort of stuff is saved for messenger-style apps. Putting it in a shopping app is far less expected but that just makes it all the more delightful.

Now. Do it again. Then shake. Shake it like a snow globe. You're welcome.

Rene Ritchie
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5 Comments
  • Apple has time to do this, but they can't make notes for the Apple Watch.........
  • I know it’s a typo but I’m lazy and I fell for it. I copied “let is snow” and was disappointed that it didn’t work. Then I looked again and realize your article and Instagram caption has a typo: iS instead of iT. IT works like a charm.
  • Considering "let is snow" isn't a valid English sentence, it makes sense that wouldn't work. iMore's fault for the typo, but if it didn't work, all you had to do was read the sentence to realize it didn't make sense.
  • It must only work on devices after the 6S Plus or not on beta program. Not working here.
  • Make sure you have typed it correctly "let it snow" and not "let is snow" as iMore has incorrectly suggested. As long as you have the latest Apple Store app I think it should work.