Tim Cook, from Apple, denies the directi of the merger of Mac and iPad software

In the midst of rumors that Apple is working multiplatform software initiatives to link its two most popular systems, CEO Tim Cook denies the speculati that the company will eventually weld the two platforms.

"We do not believe in a diluti of e for the other," Cook told The Sydney Morning Herald in an interview published Thursday. "Both are incredible, 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 making ccessis and compromises.

"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. In December, rumors surfaced about the project "Marzipan", a plan for iOS applicatis to run Mac, ctrolled by mice. The effort can be aimed at promoting better support for the Mac App Store, which has not de as well as its iOS counterpart, but which is more likely something like the "big binary" or the "binary" universal". This approach was necessary for the migrati of PowerPC to Intel and then PowerPC to Intel.

More recently, Apple has been working the "Kalamata" project, an effort to design custom processors for Macs. Compatible OS implementatis could facilitate the development of a flexible platform, but no results are expected before at least 2020.

Cook also discusses the implicatis of a comment that "… he did several years ago the use of an iPad as the main device. For the He uses a mixture of material.

"I usually use a Mac at work, and I use an iPad at home," said the CEO. "And I always use the iPad when I travel, but I use everything and I love …

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