Amid reports that Apple plans to support cross-platform applicatis for Mac, iPhone and iPad, a new interview with Tim Cook highlights the thoughts of Apple's CEO the distincti between iPad and Mac ..
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Speaking to The Sydney Morning Herald Cook explained that the Mac and the iPad are two separate products that serve different cases of use. He explained that the idea of merging the two did not make sense as it would result in watering down e or the other:
"We do not believe not to some sort of squandering of e for the other.The two [The Mac and iPad] are incredible.e of the reass why both are incredible is because we have pushed to do what they do well and if you start to merge the two … you start to compromise and compromise. "
Cook acknowledged that the merger of the iPad and Mac could theoretically make Apple "more efficient", but he quickly pointed out that this is not Apple's point. In the end, Cook says that both products give users "things that they can then use to help them change the world or express their passi."
"So maybe the # Business would be more efficient. 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 fusi which people are fixed, I do not think that's what users want. "
For his part, Cook stated that he is moving from an iPad to a Mac, using the old e at home and while he travels and the latter to work. "I usually use a Mac at work, and I use an iPad at home. And I always use the iPad when I travel. But I use everything and I love everything, "said Cook.
In the end, though, it's important to note that by adding support for cross-platform applicatis, Apple does not merge macOS and the iPad in any way shape.What do you think of Tim Cook's explanatis? …