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iOS 12 will reportedly bring iPhone apps to macOS

February 13, 2018

APPLE’S NEXT MAJOR SOFTWARE UPDATE, iOS 12, will enable developers to create iPhone apps that work on macOS.

So says Bloomberg’s Mark Guttman, who claims that Apple’s upcoming iOS update, known internally as ‘Peace’, will make it possible for a single third-party app to work across iPhones, iPads and Mac computers.

This functionality will also be folded into Apple’s macOS 10.14 update, codenamed ‘Liberty’, and will see some of Apple’s own iPhone apps, including Home, coming to the firm’s desktop OS.

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