Cal hears voices again. This time it’s about software that is dying.
Change seems to have accelerated in recent years as technology has become ever more personal. Personal? iPhone, iPad, Mac, Apple TV, Apple Watch, Apple Pay, Apple Music, monthly AppleCare, Apple Arcade, Apple TV+, and an ever-increasing system that reduces our money supply in exchange for more gadgets to manage, more software to maintain.
The idea we hear is the ongoing need to keep up, not fall behind; to use more recent versions of everything and to not get caught up in holding onto devices and software that will cause an upgrade problem.
Get used to change. It will not end.