MacOS and iOS are definitely not getting together, or are they?
So will Apple merge its MacOS and iOS platforms?
Well, Apple answered, right, and they said No.
They said No.
On a giant, giant screen.
They couldn't be more unequivocal, N.
But they kind of are.
They kind of, yeah.
So they decided to bring, they're announcing that they're going to bring iOS apps to Mac Next year, and it's really the first hint that, yeah, these two platforms might be bridging right?
Why do you think that they, cuz ultimately they will merge down the line.
Do you think?
It seems inevitable, right?
At some point, it may be further down the line than they'd like to admit, but Again Windows tried it, didn't work out so well the first time around, they're still kind of working on it.
But the idea that they all kind of work off the same architecture, the issue here is that iPhones and iPads run on a slightly different processor than Macs.
And so bridging the two has been complicated.
But they kind of have to right?
Just so the.
Having one single consistent system seems like it's just so Apple, right?
It's more, it's simpler.
It's just easier for them to push one product.
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