I was at the playground with my two boys yesterday.
We began a game of tag.
As I closed in on the older son, he shouted “magnet charge”.
Beeping loudly, the younger son came at me from the side, wrapped his arms around me and clung while his brother scrambled to the top of a jungle gym.
With my younger son still beeping triumphantly around my ankles, I asked the older about the ‘magnet charge’ move.
From atop the junglegym came the answer: “It’s one of his apps. He’s got ‘move silently’, ‘night vision’, ‘minigun’ and a whole bunch of others. We downloaded all of them. Isn’t that awesome?”
“Beep! Beep!” came the shout from my ankles. “Beep!”
Turns out amongst his friends, you don’t have ‘skills’ or ‘superpowers’ on the playground anymore, you have ‘apps’.
From the top of the jungle gym came the closer:
“You can activate the apps across the playground with Siri – you just need to know their names!”