If you walked away from WWDC 2018 on Monday feeling somewhat underwhelmed, you weren’t the only one. iOS 12 is as iterative of an update as Apple has shown off in years, and we didn’t even see a glimpse of new hardware during the keynote address. In fact, the only serious surprise (though it had been heavily rumored in the weeks and months leading up to the event) was the official reveal of iOS apps coming to macOS. After years of speculation, Apple shut down the idea of iOS and macOS merging into one platform once and for all at this year’s developers conference. But in the same breath, Apple senior VP of software engineering Craig Federighi announced that Apple is making it easier for mobile developers to port apps to macOS. Don’t Miss: Never worry about battery life again thanks to the $13 iPhone cable that fits on your keychain Apple only spent a few minutes of the keynote discussing this move, but Wired had the chance to talk with Federighi after the show and discuss technical details as well as which apps are most deserving of a port: At a high level, Federighi described what Apple is doing as bringing… Read full this story
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