Unlike iOS, Apple’s MacOS has a limited number of apps which are not as frequently updated as on the mobile side. To address this, Apple might unify app development of its MacOS and iOS apps. This way developers will have to work on just one app instead of two separate apps for the two different platforms. According to the report by Bloomberg, Apple is reportedly looking to push this update this fall with iOS 12 and Mac OS 10.14 to its developers. Consumers will get the update later next year alongside the annual Apple product launch. According to the report, the change in the app development process might be introduced at Apple’s annual World Wide Developer Conference (WWDC), which is generally held in the middle of the year.
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