What if we could take this aluminum design and make it purple? And what if we could make a touch screen out of liquid glass? Yeah, how about putting 2 TB of storage in a tablet? Wow, it’s so awesome how imagination turns into reality.
And Apple shared their what if expertise again this week.
They revealed the new purple iPhone 12. And they revealed their new iMacs available in pink, blue, green, yellow, orange and silver. What do colors have to do with computer or smartphone technology? Probably not much. But that’s beside the point.
Because you and I are creative. And Apple understands that. So, they spend a lot of time making precision tools. But then they also spend a lot of time making them look cool. Obviously they don’t have to. I mean, for several years you could get their signature aluminum titanium computers in silver. Sort of like how Henry Ford said people could get his Model T in any color they wanted…as long as it was black.
But, back to Apple and their event this week.
And before I go on, I don’t use Apple computers. I DO have an iPhone. And it records all the videos I share. It does an awesome job. And it’s so easy to use. That’s part of Apple’s mass appeal.
They “unveiled” their new iPad Pro with their unique M1 chip. And the specs I found said it comes with “an 8-core CPU and 8-core GPU that offers faster performance and graphics.” Plus, you can get up to 2 TB of storage.
Then, Apple announced their new AirTag. It’s a small tracking device you can put on your keys or wallet. And if you misplace them, you can use your other Apple gear to find them. In fact, they say their “precision finding technology” even shows distance and direction. Also, the tags are dust and water resistant.
But I’m not an Apple affiliate. So, why am I sharing this report?
Because Apple always has a lot going on. And at the same time. From what I’ve heard, they even plan out upcoming releases years in advance. But they stay flexible in case technological advances can take their gear to a whole ‘nother level even faster.
So, they’re one of the ultimate examples of System Thinking. And that helps them encourage their developers to come up with new, innovative “what if” ideas. Then, the really cool thing is…they can make ’em happen.
And that’s why I want younger people to take their what if’s and apply System Thinking. Because that’s how they can actually make them happen. Or at least take those ideas to a company like Apple and make them happen.
So, I’m launching a course to help dreamers and idea people take advantage of System Thinking. It’s RondaReady YOUniversity. And it should be available sooner than you can get your new purple iPhone.
And it’s a proven System with over 20 years of proof behind it. I’m gonna offer it at a substantial discount only to those who get my daily emails. And that’ll only be for the first few days when I launch and release it.
So, make sure you get my free emails to get the latest updates about when you can enroll (yourself or someone you love) in YOUniversity. And if you’re already a subscriber, keep your eyes peeled for the offer. Then…