Apple has made a lot of people fall in love with their products because there are selling devices that are running only one operating system, they are easy to use and you don’t have to fuss with the diversity of products. All these points taken has made Apple be the winner at selling their devices.
From the end of last year, we know that iOS 12 will be the one that will make a difference and we will have apps that will work with iPhone, IPad and Mac. Because it’s not happening anymore, we have to wait for the grand entry of iOS 13.
John Gruber and his sources affirm that the project exists and it’s under construction. It even has a codename “Marzipan”, but the real name of the project hadn’t escaped the rooms of secrets.
Also, the Apple fan Gruber, says that he’s sure that we will not see “Marizpan” at WWDC this year and it will be delayed for MacOS 10.15 and iOS 13 in 2019.
It’s unsatisfying that we will not get our hands on this new characteristic as soon as possible, but maybe the waiting it’s a good thing after all, because we can get more stability and quality versus fast updates and features that fails and needs fixes all the time.
We are looking forward with enthusiasm to see the new app features, even if we’re having already a good functionality between iOS and Mac devices, but with the plus of apps that will work on both operating systems may make it a child’s play and an easy passage from our phones to our desktop and vice versa.
The date of the release it’s getting closer and closer, 2019 is coming soon and we are very enthusiastic about the new features of iOS 13. Until then we will find out more information and if the iOS 13 will be the game-changer with his new operating system.
The cross-platform app functionality will be the ace up the sleeve with the release of the 2019 version of iOS.
Henry Lares is still early into his career as tech reporter but has already had his work published in many major publications including Tech Crunch and the Huffington Post. In regards to academics, Henry earned an engineering degree from Apex Technical School. Henry has a passion for emerging technology and covers upcoming products and breakthroughs in science and tech.