April 30, 2015
In tech the new of Microsoft delivering iOS is not for the faint of heart but the doers of technology and interface. The ability to develop and launch to most is not game changer – to do or not do this is the question. The Verge states, “Huge news: Windows 10 can run reworked Android and iOS apps.”
“During Microsoft’s planning for bringing iOS and Android apps to Windows, Myerson admits it wasn’t always an obvious choice to have both. “At times we’ve thought, let’s just do iOS,” Myerson explains. “But when we think of Windows we really think of everyone on the planet. There’s countries where iOS devices aren’t available.” Supporting both Android and iOS developers allows Microsoft to capture everyone who is developing for mobile platforms right now, even if most companies still continue to target iOS first and port their apps to Android at the same time or shortly afterward. By supporting iOS developers, Microsoft wants to be third in line for these ported apps, and that’s a better situation than it faces today.”
The news supports that iOS will allow for better solutions. This is always a wait a see game for the users to test functionality. As we go more mobility I request more security!