Apple does not intend to merge iOS and macOS, Tim Cook explaining: "I do not think that's what users want."
This goes against the rumors and speculati that have circulated over the past few years, but in an interview with The Sydney Morning Herald Cook states that both systems are not the same. exploitati will remain separate entities.
Comparis of the Mac and the iPad Cook told us: "We do not believe in a dilemma for each other, both are incredible, and the e of the reass they are amazing is that we pushed them to do what they do well … to merge the two, you start making compromises and compromises. "
In the l? interview, he added:
So maybe the company would be more efficient at the end of the day. But this is not what it is about. You know that it's about giving people things that they can then use to help them change the world or express their passi or express their creativity. So, this merger that some people are obsessed, I do not think that's what users want.
The comments are in line with what he said in the past, and this recent interview comes after reports suggest that Apple might be about to start making its own chips rather than s & # 39; s 39, press Intel. Nevertheless, it will still disappoint some users who have liked the idea of a universal operating system for Apple devices.