Apple's New Multi-step Initiative "Marzipan" Will Begin This Year, 2019 Mac Pro Coming At WWDC 2019
Last year, we’ve heard about Apple’s initiative code-named “Kalamata” which is the company’s plan to use their own chips in Mac computers instead of Intel processors and will begin as early as 2020.
This time around, the Cupertino-based tech company has another initiative code-named “Marzipan” which is a multi-step initiative that focuses on making it easier for software coders to create tools, games and other applications.
Moreover, Apple is also said to be considering when to announce the 2019 Mac Pro. Although the information is still kept under wraps, reports suggest that it could be at this year’s Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC).
Apple’s Multi-step Initiative
According to a report, Apple will begin the process this year. This coming June at WWDC 2019, the Cupertino-based company may release a new SDK (Software Development Kit) that allows developers to port their iPad apps over to Mac. By 2020, the company will then begin to expand that SDK to bring iPhone apps to Mac, while Apple will give developers the ability to merge iPhone, iPad, and Mac apps into a “single binary” in 2021.
As reported by Bloomberg: In return, this should spur the creation of new software, increasing the utility of the company’s gadgets.
When Is The 2019 Mac Pro Coming?
As we’ve mentioned early, Apple is said to be considering the announcement of the 2019 Mac Pro. Right now, the most popular belief is that it will be announced at WWDC 2019, which makes sense given that the current Mac Pro debuted at WWDC 2013 and was later released in December 2013.
Assuming that the 2019 Mac Pro will be announced at WWDC 2019, Apple could also announce the 31.6-inch Apple 6K3K display which is reportedly going to be released alongside the new Mac Pro and feature “outstanding picture quality thanks to its adoption of the Mini LED-like backlight design“. In addition to that, Apple is also rumored to debut “dark mode” for its mobile devices.
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