If there’s one theme that seems to be driving Apple’s approach toward its Mac software, it’s bringing popular mobile features to its desktop operating system.
Apple is expected to debut its next major Mac operating system update during its Worldwide Developers Conference conference on Monday, and reports indicate it will include some iPhone and iPad-centric features. The biggest of these is said to be the ability to run iPad apps on Apple’s desktop computers.
Apple will likely provide a preview of the software on Monday before launching the new update in the fall, as it has done in years past.
Here’s a look at what we’re expecting to see from the update, which will presumably be called macOS 10.15.