iPhone with two OS on board can become a reality
04.07.2020 0 Comments
iOS and macOS on the same smartphone.
Apple is testing an iPhone running two operating systems: iOS and macOS, designed for Mac computers. According to insiders, the company has created a prototype iPhone that runs on macOS and allows you to work with a full version of the OS when you connect your smartphone to the monitor.
According to insiders, the prototype iPhone runs on two operating systems: iOS and macOS. In normal use, the iPhone runs on iOS, no different from current Apple smartphones.
If you connect the iPhone to the monitor, it will switch to macOS. Thanks to this, users will be able to use the full version of macOS without having a computer at hand. According to sources, similarly, Apple is testing the iPad running iPadOS and macOS.
At WWDC 2020, Apple announced plans to release Mac computers with its own processors based on ARM cores. When such a transition takes place, the macOS operating system will become compatible with the ARM architecture and can be installed, including on the iPhone and iPad.
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