Apple Silicon-powered macOS on iPhone Reportedly Being Evaluated

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Apple is reportedly assessing Apple Silicon prototypes that have macOS running on the iPhone. It would allow users to plug their iPhone into a dock or external monitor and get a full desktop experience (via AppleInsider).

Apple Silicon slide from WWDC 2020 keynote

Leaker Indicates Apple Silicon-powered macOS on iPhone on The Way

Leaker Mauri QHD tweeted out his insights late last week.

“It is ready. They keep working on prototypes on the side, and are using this time to make it even better… but have 2 options ready (will go with only 1),” they added in a later tweet.  Furthermore, the leaker said they were “95% sure it’s coming” and “at the very least” there would be a dual boot device. I confess my eyebrows did raise at this. It rather adds to my sense that we’re heading towards some kind of unifiied AppleOS. (Afterall, I do have a bet on the prediction.)

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Macsee

That would be the ultimate Keynote and PowerPoint presentation tool:

Create the presentation in your desktop Mac.
Save into pendrive.
Save into iPod touch or iPhone.
Carry only the iPod touch or iPhone to the presentation room.
Connect to the videoprojector.

A compatible remote control would be great:
Keyspan by Tripp Lite Presentation Wireless Remote Control, Silver, 60-ft. Range
https://www.tripplite.com/keyspan-by-tripp-lite-presentation-wireless-remote-control-silver-60-ft-range~PRUS2

geoduck

Because Windows Everywhere worked so well.
/s
Maybe as an experiment, but not likely production.