Since the launch of the iOS 11 back in 2017, Apple has been trying to make the iPad a full-fledged PC replacement. However, despite some of Apple’s best efforts, there as simply some desktop application that just won’t run on the mobile OS. For that reason, the iPad has remained to be just that, a tablet trying so hard to become a desktop.
Though Microsoft did pull that stint off with Windows 10 running on both tablets and desktop PCs; you virtually can run desktop apps on the tablet. For Apple, macOS and iOS are two separate universes and app designed for one platform cannot run on the other.
That macOS and iOS will never merge the way Microsoft did with Windows 10 is not in doubt as Tim Cook came forth to put those rumors to rest. It, therefore, remains that full-fledged desktop application will not be available on Apple’s mobile device. Unless of course, the apps’ developers decide to tweak their code to make them run on the said mobile devices.
Which is exactly what Adobe has done. As reported by Bloomberg, Adobe …read more
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