distance Apple has announced This week is Both are new “IMac” To go “IPad Pro” Sustatyta They have a great M1 processor, a lot of people speculated if so That means the company was preparing to put MacOS on the iPad. And look, maybe that would be great – a Mac with a long-awaited touchscreen! –But Apple won’t really integrate a Mac with an iPad. At least soon.
Interview with IndependentGreg Josoyac, Apple’s chief marketing officer and chief hardware officer, said John Turnus It definitely is The iPad is an iPad and Apple plans to keep it that way. The iPad will continue to run on iOS and there will be no MacOS versions.
“It just came to our attention then [the Mac and iPad] They contradict each other. That person has to decide whether they want a Mac or an iPad, Josoyak told The Independent. “Or people say we combine them into one.” That there really is this great conspiracy that we must get rid of and turn into one. And the reality is not like that. “
Instead, Apple wants Mac and iPad to be the best in their respective categories. According to Joswiak and Ternus, Apple doesn’t want to limit what any device can do just by its form factor. People have a workflow that encompasses both, and people want to use a single device to perform certain tasks. This we have also noticed recently. Comparison of Apple policies Put the same processor on all your devices Windows PC philosophy From There are many different configuration options to choose from.
But as The Independent points out, The iPad is more powerful than it really needs and Apple has yet to release a reliable app To show your show. For example, An Apple Final Cut Pro movie editing software It just works “MacOS” (the Adobe Premiere Pro works „Mac“ go „iPad“). We’re still waiting to see software that uses the amazing new iPad Pro display, M1 processor, and Thunderbolt support. Apple continues to split up and down than a Mac touch screen not workingAnd that the iPad is a separate category in its own right, at least for now. However, tThe iPad Pro is now the most impressive tablet in terms of hardware-And then Where does it come from?
Josoyac has the answer to all of this: IBetter to do something stronger than start Then bring fancy software instead of trying to run a demanding program for those who don’t have the energy. He said it’s about having enough space.
This is not the recognition that Apple plans to achieve. Final Cut Pro or other software not currently available on iPad Pro for iPad Pro. Joswiak was very open during the interview, but his logic makes sense: build the hardware, then use the software. We’ll have to wait and see what else Apple keeps on the iPad that it doesn’t have Include macOS.
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