Apple CEO Tim Cook said that he does not consider it necessary to unite the operating systems macOS and iOS. Rumors of their possible merger have beenamong the technojournalists for several years, as pointed out by the head of Apple: “This is the union of systems on which some people have become obsessed. I think this is not what users want. ”
Cook added that he still uses the iPad at home and on trips, while his main tool at work is the iMac. In this case, in 2015, Apple CEO talked about the uselessness of traditional computers.
The hypothetical association iOS and macOS Cook called the “blurring” of systems, in which the developers of the company do not believe. He noted that the iPad and iMac are “magnificent devices”, which, in his opinion, are good at coping with their tasks precisely due to imprisonment for certain purposes.