A few hours ago we told you at Apple5x1 that iOS 12 would arrive at our devices to improve the performance of the terminals leaving other quite interesting news for 2019. That is, Apple wants to sell us as a novelty the good performance (shouldn’t that be obvious that it comes as standard?). It seems that this will not only happen in iOS 12, but also in macOS 14 according to Mark Gurman from Bloomberg, but to a lesser extent.
Earlier this month Apple’s head of software engineering Craig Federighi reportedly met with employees in this department to convey the decision to focus on creating a high-performance operating system while leaving out other developments. This would apply to iOS and macOS, but not to watchOS and tvOS.
Specifically, the note we read on Bloomberg is as follows:
The company told its software engineering groups about this month’s change, said one of the people there. The change will also affect this year’s update for Mac software, but to a lesser extent, the person said, adding that the planned improvements to Apple Watch and Apple TV will not be affected.
Although to a lesser extent than in iOS, they will also focus on improving performance and as I said at the beginning, shouldn’t this always be? That is, in WWDC they are going to say that the main novelty is that it is now more stable it seems to be, something that should be logical and that it should always be like that.
And another thing I wonder… If High Sierra already brought no news, because there was nothing new relevant, if we are totally honest with ourselves, then what will bring macOS 10.14? If we remove the few novelties they can introduce, it will stay in a system identical to macOS 10.13, that is, equal to El Capitan, three generations of operating system for Mac repeated, is this Apple innovation?
It’s great that they focus on improving performance, but that should be from minute zero, didn’t they focus on performance in the other versions? Did they have to go through these problems to get to work on something obvious? Many questions, which I hope the comment box will answer.