Apple Still Aims To Allow iOS Apps To Run On The Mac, As macOS 10.14 Bring Faster Waking And Unlocking Speed

It seems that multiple reports suggest that Apple has decided to focus for improving the software quality of the upcoming iOS 12 and macOS 10.14 update, which will delay some new features until next year, but the company still aims to introduce the ability for Macs to run iPhone and iPad apps later this year.

Bloomberg News and Axios respectively, both claiming this framework for combined apps remains on Apple's software roadmap for 2018. The plan was revealed by Apple's software engineering chief Craig Federighi during a meeting with employees earlier this month.

Once Apple published the framework to developers, so they will be able to design a single third-party app that works with both a touchscreen, and a mouse or trackpad, depending on whether it's running on an iPhone, iPad, or Mac. Apple could releasing a new SDK with new APIs that enable true cross-platform functionality.

Axios says that Apple is working on a new project around security as well as improvements in performance when waking and unlocking the system, meaning you can wake and unlock your Mac faster than ever before.

According to Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman, iOS 12 will likely to bring smaller enhancements such as a multiplayer mode for augmented reality games powered by ARKit and FaceTime improvements, plus expanded parental controls. Sadly, a major Home screen and CaPlay redesign will not on the track for release this year.

Via MacRumors And iDownloadBlog, Image Credit Apple Support

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