W While many notebook makers have made the habit of merging the ecosystems of laptops, Apple has always resisted the idea.
For Apple, the iPad and the Mac are two separate platforms. to stay like this. Just last mth, at Apple's educatial event in Chicago, CEO Tim Cook reiterated that the company does not think it can merge macOS and iOS without cutting corners for both platforms. forms.
Peter Wells asked Cook for Microsoft's Windows 10 strategy – which was to make the Windows platform work more like a tablet – and compare it to Apple's philosophy in the field.
"We do not believe in a diluti for the other," Cook told Herald in respse. "e of the reass why both are incredible is because we pushed them to do what they do well, and if you start to merge the two … you start to compromise and compromise. "
Cook added that even though Apple might be able to reduce the overall efficiency of this platform," that's not what it's about. This is "
" 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, " the general manager of Apple. "So, this merger that some are obsessed, I do not think that's what users want."
Offering his own persal experience the subject, Cook stated that he usually uses a Mac at work and an iPad when traveling or relaxing at home. "I use everything and I like everything," he added
Apple has, historically, expressed little interest in making its Mac functi more like a tablet. Even in 2015, Cook told Irish Independent that users would not be interested in a "Mac and iPad Cverged," adding that this would result in a "not as good" experience as that of the customers.
In this 2015 interview, he argued that Apple's goal was simply to "do the best …