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Steve Troughton-Smith
"The company has been working on a project that would let iOS apps run on Macs, which executives could discuss as early as this year" this sounds distinctly different from a unified UI framework 🤔
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Mark Gurman 31 May 18
Replying to @stroughtonsmith
Both could be true
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Konrad Kołakowski 31 May 18
Just running iOS apps on a Macs would be a very "lazy" approach, with a very bad user experience. I hope that's not the case and it's just a non-technical way of saying that there'll be a common UI framework, tuned to each platform 🙏
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Alberto Sendra 31 May 18
Replying to @stroughtonsmith
Sound like a bodge.
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TJ is a “Real Developer™” 31 May 18
Replying to @stroughtonsmith
I've never been less interested in an Apple event. Well, maybe that's the wrong way to put it because I'll still keep track of the event. Maybe I should say I've never been more sure I'll face crushing disappointment and that I don't expect the fruit company to turn things around
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Shameer Mulji 31 May 18
Always feels like that when in the midst of a major transition:
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