According to Bloomberg's Mark Gurman, Apple plans to allow developers to write universal apps in 2021, supporting both the iPhone, iPad and Mac platforms. Known as Marzipan, Apple's Universal App initiative let developers easily develop apps that run on iPhones, iPads, and Macs simultaneously.



Apple plans to let developers port their iPad apps to the Mac platform using a brand new SDK, it could be released by the company as early as June of this year at WWDC 2019, where they typically release the next-generation iOS and macOS operating systems. Apple previewed the plan, even though without disclosing the road map, at the WWDC last year. 
The ultimate goal of the multistep initiative, code-named "Marzipan," is by 2021 to help developers build an app once and have it work on the iPhone, iPad and Mac computers, said people familiar with the effort. That should spur the creation of new software, increasing the utility of the company’s gadgets.
It should be noted, however, that Apple has repeatedly emphasized that it will not integrate iOS and macOS operating systems. Finally, the development of the Universal App also means that in the future, Macs will adopt Apple's own designed CPU, which is the Kalamata project.

On the other hand, Bloomberg reports Apple is considering to preview the Mac Pro at the WWDC in June this year. The modular Mac Pro will be a high-end product for professional users that can be easily upgraded. In addition to the Mac Pro, Apple is likely to release a 31.6-inch 6K resolution display with the new mini-LED backlight technology as well.

According to Apple executives Craig Federighi and Phil Schiller, they are committed to making Mac Pro the most high-end desktop computer, supporting VR and high-end video production. Apple has formed a "professional workflow team" designed to meet professional users needs and optimize Mac Pro and other Apple products.
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