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Apple planning more support and resources for developers using Mac Catalyst

[2019-10-24 18:36:56]

macOS Catalina launched earlier this month, bringing the new Mac Catalyst platform to the masses. Mac Catalyst makes it easier for developers to bring their iPad apps to the Mac, but some developers have faced challenges doing so. In a new statement to CNET, however, Apple says that it is learning a lot as more developers adopt Catalyst. The post Apple planning more support and resources for developers using Mac Catalyst appeared first on 9to5Mac.

Apple planning more support and resources for developers using Mac Catalyst


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