Cook said that iPad and Mac have different uses, and the idea of integration is meaningless.

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 Cook said that iPad and Mac have different uses, and the idea of integration is meaningless.


NetEase technology news April 20th, according to US media reports, in the latest interview, Tim Cook revealed the difference between iPad and Mac. It has been reported that Apple plans to support cross platform applications of Mac, iPhone and iPad. In an interview with the Sydney Morning Herald, Cook explained that Mac and iPad are different products for different use cases, and the idea of merging two products is meaningless because it weakens each other. Bloomberg has reported that Apple will launch a new developer tool to enable developers to design cross platform applications. Cook said: we do not think we can sacrifice one for another. Mac and iPad are all very good products, one of the reasons is that we let them do what they are good at. If you start to integrate them, you need to weigh and compromise. He acknowledged that the integration of iPad and Mac could make apple more efficient, but he quickly pointed out that apple did not think so. Finally, Cook said that the user had two products to make users can be used to change the world or express enthusiasm, so maybe the company will eventually be more efficient, but this is not the purpose of producing them. You know these products are used to help users show creativity. So although some people are concerned about this integration, I think it is not what users want. Cook said that for himself, he was also used by iPad and Mac, using iPad for home and travel and Mac for work. He said, I usually use Mac when I work, and I always use iPad when I am traveling at home, but I like everything iPad. However, it is worth pointing out that even if Apple supports cross platform applications, it will not integrate MacOS and iPad, regardless of the shape or size. (Mu Xiulin) source: NetEase science and technology report editor: Wang Fengzhi _NT2541 Finally, Cook said that the user had two products to make users can be used to change the world or express enthusiasm, so maybe the company will eventually be more efficient, but this is not the purpose of producing them. You know these products are used to help users show creativity. So although some people are concerned about this integration, I think it is not what users want. Cook said that for himself, he was also used by iPad and Mac, using iPad for home and travel and Mac for work. He said, I usually use Mac when I work, and I always use iPad when I am traveling at home, but I like everything iPad. However, it is worth pointing out that even if Apple supports cross platform applications, it will not integrate MacOS and iPad, regardless of the shape or size. (Mu Xiulin)