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It has long been speculated that Apple may merge iOS and OS X, as Microsoft did with Windows and Windows Phone. The same is claim and for Google and its Android and Chrome OS. In an interview with Aaron Levy of Box Tim Cook once again he said that Apple has no plans to unite both platforms. Instead, the company takes care of the communication layers, synchronization and a smooth transition between the devices should be as inconspicuous to the consumer. Cook believes that combining platforms for mouse and keyboard and touchscreen will reduce the final quality of both interfaces.

We can see how Apple integrates more intense and loaded opportunities in iOS in some applications for iPad Pro. Cook said that Apple has buried the hatchet with Microsoft and believes that the two companies could achieve more if they work together rather than against each other. Recall that the last event to Apple appeared on stage representatives of Microsoft, who demonstrated the new version of Office for iOS.

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