Consider this: For two years, Apple has been pushing on a technology called Mac Catalyst, which allows the developers of iPad apps to bring their apps over to the Mac. (It also has the benefit of encouraging iPad app developers to add better support for keyboards and pointing devices, which has turned out to be an important iPad feature, as well.) Consider that iPad apps can already become Mac apps with Mac Catalyst, and will soon be able to run unaltered on Macs with those Apple-designed processors. Mac Catalyst is a tool for conscientious app developers to make their iPad apps feel more Mac-native and less like iOS shovelware. [Extracted from the article]
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