Devout Mac users are concerned about Marzipan apps not being proper native macOS apps, but who remembers the transition from NeXTSTEP to OS X? We’ve been through major transition periods before and came out okay. We explore a bit of macOS past in today’s episode and also examine Mark Gurman’s findings at Bloomberg on what’s coming in iOS 13 and macOS 10.15.
Apple held an event on March 25th to introduce the future of Apple services. There is a lot to unpack and we do so succinctly to explain what you need to know and why it’s important.
We unpack what exactly it means to have Huawei, a giant technology company, have influence in countries all around the world. With Huawei’s CFO arrested, questions are being asked about how much we can trust a Chinese company that has major involvement in contributing to Canada’s 5G infrastructure.
We dive deeper into the topic of “Marzipan,” the code-named cross-platform UI that supposedly would be announced at WWDC this June. It looks like it’s been delayed until 2019, or perhaps it just wasn’t ready?
A unified macOS and iOS development platform? The idea: code once, deploy everywhere. Will this reinvigorate developer interest in the Mac again?