Words of wisdom from Ron on how to handle change.
Some can afford to upgrade all their gadgets every year, so they’re heavily involved in change. Yet, an iPhone XS does not offer much more than last year’s iPhone X, so skipping a year or two of upgrades cannot be considered a sin… Change happens. Whether we look forward to change or implement a methodology to deal with change, change happens. Nothing improves without change. So, doesn’t it make more sense to learn to deal with the changes rather than have change disrupt our lives in a negative way?
I like this consideration to counter those who bemoan new prices on Apple products.
I take issue with those who accuse Apple of raising prices– especially with iPhones XS Max, the new iPad Pro line, and MacBook Air, iMac Pro, and Mac mini. All those products are new, so Apple did not raise their prices. In fact, Apple reduced prices of the iPad and iPhone 7 and 8 line, and added iPhone X-like capability to iPhone XR at a reduced price. Higher prices are reserved for new models, not just tacked on higher prices for the same model.