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Why it makes no sense for Apple to bring iPad apps to Macs

In December, it was reported that Apple was looking into bridging the worlds of iOS and macOS even further with universal apps that could run on both platforms. And now Axios says Apple's still on track to bring iPad apps to Macs this year. No mention of iPhone apps running on Mac. Just iPad apps.  Yuck, no thanks. SEE ALSO: Why it makes sense for Apple to drop 3D Touch from this year's new iPhone Known internally as "Marzipan" according to Bloomberg's report last year, the project would allow developers to create a single version of an app that works with touchscreens (iOS) or mouse and keyboard (Mac).
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