A new family just moved into a new home. They didn’t know what to do with the apple tree that grow for the past five years. So, they decided to cut it down and replant it in their yard. Well, they didn’t know the right thing to do.
The problem is that the new apple tree is a giant tree, and not a small tree. The tree is enormous and it is growing into the yard at a faster rate than they thought it would. So they are trying to cut it down, but the first thing they have to decide is which of the seven apple trees they want to move. Well, they didnt know that a few apple trees are already living at the crossgate tree and they dont want to move that.
It’s a problem because what if the crossgate apple trees are already dead? If they are not in the crossgate apple tree, then they have to look for the apple tree they want to move to and kill it. That is also a huge problem because all of the apple trees are already on the land. So just by moving one apple tree, they would be clearing all the others, which could cause an even bigger problem.
You can think of the crossgate apple tree as a sort of ghost tree, and that’s why I call it “ghost tree.” The apple trees are the trees that go into the crossgate apple tree. If the apple trees are already dead, then this apple tree is a really big problem.
The crossgate apple tree is a particularly thorny problem because it’s located right next to a large mall in a pretty high-traffic area. That means it’s already in the way of some of the larger stores, like Apple’s. The mall, however, was formerly a busy place where people could buy all kinds of things. If apple stores want to move, they should be able to get around that problem and still have plenty of traffic to drive in and out of.
In fact, cross-gates are pretty popular in Apple stores. According to the Wall Street Journal, “One report from the University of Illinois, for instance, found that shoppers for the Apple Store in Chicago bought about $1.3 billion worth of products in the first half of 2009.” This seems like a good idea, but Apple stores should be making some big announcements about their Apple Stores in the near future.
Cross-gates are a good idea, but that doesn’t mean they are a good idea for Apple Stores. The University of Illinois is right. Apple Stores are notoriously slow to update their locations, and their lack of access to the Internet and the ability to make some major changes to their stores is a big reason for this. This is especially true for Apple Stores in the heart of the “real world,” where even the slightest change to a store can have a huge impact on its customers.
Cross-gates would be a great idea for Apple Stores, but it won’t work with our current model. Apple Stores are owned and operated by the U.S. Army, so they are not allowed to make any changes to their stores. They are required to have access to the Internet, but they also have no power to make any changes to their own stores. So if Apple Stores wanted to have a cross-gate, they would need to build all their own stores.
Apple should probably consider that idea too. Apple Stores are essentially “gated community” stores. Their owners are required to be in on the secret of every new product going into the store. If Apple Stores wanted to build cross-gates they would need to spend thousands of dollars adding new store locations.
And that’s a big reason why Apple Stores are so successful. To build the right set of stores, Apple Stores need to be a “community” in that they provide a place for customers to stay while they shop for their new, personalized products. If Apple Stores wanted to build cross-gates they would need to open their own stores.