macOS Mojave includes tools that make it easy for developers to create apps that work in macOS and iOS. So, over time, you may see apps that work the same on both systems. You can see this right away because there are a few apps that existed in iOS in the past that are now bundled with macOS, including Stocks, News, and Voice Memos.
- [Instructor] One interesting change in Mojave…is very under the hood.…It's feature for developers,…the people who make applications.…This feature makes it easier to design an app…that works on an iPhone, but also works on MacOS.…Now what that means for the typical user…is that you will probably start to see some apps…that work the same on your computer and on your iPhone.…And one place you can see that right away…is by checking out some of the apps that come bundled…with MacOS Mojave.…I'll go into Launchpad…and I'll flip over to the second screen…where we can find News, Stocks, and Voice Memos.…
These are apps that have been on the iPhone for years,…but now they are bundled with MacOS as well.…Let's just open one of these.…I'll open up stocks.…Now clearly the interface is not identical…to what you would see on an iPhone or an iPad.…On the iPhone for example,…you do not see these news stories in the Stocks app.…But the functionality for building your list of stocks…that you want to track is the same.…You can hit this button down here…
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