I was reading an article on thurrott.com (behind its paywall), about windows 10s, and it got me thinking about macOS as well. As a refresher, MS unveiled a new version of windows 10s. MS was a bit coy of what the "S" was supposed to stand for, i.e., S for speed, S for security, etc. The security aspect is one of the major features and drawbacks. The fact that 10S can only run app store apps and nothing else has garnered a lot of debate. For instance, if you want to use lightroom 5, you'll be out of luck, because its not in the app store. Now I'm not writing this to complain about MS/Windows but rather it got me thinking about macOS. For instance, with iOS, there's no side loading of apps, if its not in the app store, it cannot be loaded (short of JBing), so for Apple the precedent has already been set. More so now that MS has broken the ice so to speak. Do you think Apple in the near future will move in the same direction, i.e., forcing macOS to only run apps that are from the MAS?