Apple Silicon promises more powerful Macs, but developers face growing pains Watch Now Apple WWDC 2021 Apple’s competitors weren’t mentioned , but they were all there Everything in iPadOS 15 Everything in iOS 15 New developer tools Why Apple Silicon was missing Android, Windows users tempted with FaceTime Apple ramps up Health capabilities watchOS 8 brings more support for Photos, Messages ‘Find My’ now works even when iPhone is off Last week, I described what the Mac’s future might look like from the perspective of developers and consumers. I got a few things right — like the perfect iPad compatibility and the use of containerization for security and app isolation — but there were a few things I missed. What did I get wrong? Well, for starters, I was not expecting the development path of this new generation of Macs to be as open or as flexible as the company appears to have pursued. Apple Silicon is a complete port, in the “Option 1: Re-engine” sense — but there are some “Re-imagine” aspects as well. The route Apple decided upon is to re-engine and partially revamp the entire Mac platform. It’s a bold, aggressive move that will transform the entire… Read full this story
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