Friend and colleague Barbara Marie Brannan on what Apple could do if it bought the TSA during a President Trump fire sale to pay off the national debt:
Apple’s entire history has been all about the user experience and what user experience is worse than a trip through a TSA security station? A good user experience can’t be free. Would Apple charge more than the TSA does now? Of course. There should be a price for a good experience. Android device owners would have a separate line to get through TSA security, and that might include body searches. An annualized AppleCare fee would ensure that we never wait more than x-number of minutes at a TSA security checkpoint.
Does anyone doubt that if Donald Trump privatized government agencies, including the TSA, that Apple would make the whole travel experience better than it is today?