Aside from being useful, the move suggests Apple is finally willing to loosen some grip on its ecosystem for the benefit of users.
iPhone and iPad apps will be available to download and run on day one when the new Mac hardware powered by Apple's custom chip hits the shelves.
The first public beta of macOS Big Sur arrives next month, while the stable build will be released as a free software upgrade in the fall season.
The starter kit includes a Mac mini powered by the A12Z Bionic chip, alongside documentation, forums support, beta versions of macOS Big Sur, and Xcode 12.
The first Mac powered by custom silicon will arrive by the end of this year, and it will natively run both iPhone and iPad apps.
The sidebar will make it easier to control apps and move around the UI, while the universal search bar will bring more control at the fingertip of users.
Apple has today announced a host of new changes for CarPlay such…
iOS 14 also introduces a nifty App Library feature for grouping apps together, making it easier for users to find the apps they are looking for.
Apple might unveil an iMac refresh at WWDC20, and is also rumored to announce its move towards custom ARM-based processors for future Mac hardware.
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Apple’s Senior Vice President of Worldwide Marketing, Phil Schiller says WWDC20 will be the company’s biggest developer-focused event yet.