Bloomberg, citing its own sources reports that Apple is now actively engaged in the creation of special tools that will allow third-party developers to release universal apps. The latter should work both on macOS and on iOS devices. It is reported that the project code-named “Marzipan” was launched last year.
Despite the fact that work on special SDK was launched a long time ago cupertinos don’t plan to rush to release new features. According to sources Bloomberg, work on the project will take several more years. It is assumed that third-party developers will get access to the new instruments no earlier than 2021.
While this year within the framework of the WWDC 2019 Apple may demonstrate the tools to port apps from iPad to Mac. In fact, this will be the first step towards full cross-platform programs.