Tim Cook doesn’t believe customers want MacOS and iOS combined

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Tim Cook doesn’t believe customers want MacOS and iOS combined

In a recent interview, Apple CEO Tim Cook said he doesn't believe customers want MacOS and iOS to merge. Doing so would water down both for the convenience of one operating system. A merge would mean trade-offs and compromises.

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