It is reported today that Apple wants to make it easier for software coders to create tools, games and other applications for its core devices in a scam – an overhaul designed to encourage app development and ultimately increase revenue.
A new Bloomberg report says "The ultimate goal of the multistep initiative, codenamed" marzipan ", is by 2021 to help developers build an app once and make it work on iPhone, iPad and Mac computers, people were familiar with the effort. It should spur the creation of new software, which increases the use of the company's gadgets.
Apple later plans that developers send their iPad apps to Macs through a new software development set like the company will publish as early as June at its annual developer conference. Developers will still have to submit separate versions of the app to Apple's IOS and Mac App Stores, but the new set will mean they don't have to write the underlying software code twice, so the people familiar with the plan.
By 2020 Apple plans to expand the package so that iPhone applications can be converted to Mac apps in the same way. demanding because iPhone screens are so much smaller than the Mac computer screens.
The work coincides with the company's preparations for merging more of the basics of the hardware. Currently, iPhones and iPads are powered by Apple processors, while Macs use Intel Corp. chips. Apple plans to start transferring some Macs to its own chips as early as 2020, Bloomberg News reports last year. "Read more here on the Bloomberg report.
Bloomberg report Mark Gurman first revealed Project Marzipan back in December 2017 as the video below shows.
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