All of these and more are fixed with the same, solution - don't have people come into the office!
A remote workforce makes employees more productive, and saves companies a fortune infrastructure costs. (Networks, furniture, rent, cleaning, electricity, etc)
Companies that still insist on people being onsite are losing money, and losing productivity, and losing out on the best employees.
Jan - it's not a timeshare, as you don't get to drive the car.
A bold move by Apple, although not without some risk. Google and Facebook could drop their apps from running on iOS. Would people really buy iPhones without Instagram, GMail, Chrome, and Maps? How about the suite of docs/sheets/etc?
Apple is a big platform, but platforms live and die by the apps that run on them.
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