The ultimate goal of the multi-stage initiative under the code name "Marzipan" – by 2021, to help developers create the application once and to work on the iPhone, iPad and Mac computers, said that people are familiar with the effort. This should encourage the creation of new software, increasing the usefulness of gadgets of the company.
According to Gourmet, Apple plans to expand the capabilities of developers iPad to Mac using the new software suite that the company will release in June at WWDC. Apple has reviewed the application plan without revealing the roadmap at its developer conference last year.
Apple typically looks at the following major versions of its iOS operating systems and macOS at WWDC in June, where beta versions of each platform are available to developers and public testers by September, so it's obvious that the SDK for universal applications should begin the deployment of the previous software Issue
Developers will still have to submit separate versions of the program to Apple iOS and the Mac App Store, but the new kit will mean that they do not have to write the software code twice, people who are familiar with the plan inform people. In 2020, Apple plans to expand the kit so that iPhone apps can be converted to Mac applications the same way.
The Marzipan project is considered one of the biggest changes to Apple's roadmap, although Apple's plans to be "fluid" and can be altered by Gourmet sources.
When the idea of universal applications was first introduced in 201
Work on universal applications is consistent with Apple's preparations for the transition of some Mac computers to their own chips in 2020. Apple's initiative, called "Kalamata," is part of the effort to make Mac, iPhones and iPads work more like and smooth together. Apple Macs are currently using Intel chips, but Apple is already developing its own A-series chips found on the iPhone and iPads.
Apple plans to host its annual software conference on June 3rd-7th in San Jose, California, on the basis of permissions detected by MacRumors.