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Discussion in 'macOS' started by iphonepiephone, Jul 10, 2011.
What do you suppose Mac OS 11 (XI?) will be like?
Its just a number that may or may not be used by Apple in the future
The future of the OS is more integration with iOS
Agreed. I think Lion is just the first step in the integration between OS X and iOS. I don't think the two will ever be combined into one product but I do see them becoming extremely similar with iOS just being the lightweight version of the two.
... or Mac OS being the lightweight version of iOS, no?
OS X and it's future will still be needed to do all the heavy lifting of computing, i.e. video/audio/photo editing, CAD, 3D graphics, database entry, complex spreadsheet work etc... iOS isn't built or intended for this line of work. It can do some, but only as a "light" version.
You totally missed my point; Mac OS has certain iOS features, but not all of them, hence it is "iOS lite", in that regard. No?
Stating that a Mac is more powerful than an iOS device, was a little obvious; a bit like stating that a rhino has more power than a mouse.
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I guess it's a matter of perspective.
I think depending on how you look at it then your both correct.