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StrangeDays said: Re: Xcode. I know you think you want this, but as a dev on a 27" monitor, I can't imagine wanting to code on my iPad. Laptop is already pretty cramped. There would be one benefit to developing with Xcode on an iPad... you…
Xcode running on the iPad would not be a suitable replacement or stand in for Xcode on the Mac; it doesn't need to. There are two use cases where having Xcode on the iPad serves a much needed need: Testing and immediate feedback for developing apps …
This would be a boon for developers creating apps that involve GPS, as it would be relatively easy to get and test with live GPS signals, when developing outdoors on an iPad.
Metriacanthosaurus said: rogifan_new said: ... Apple needs to bring Xcode, Logic and Final Cut to iPadOS. No, they don't. People need to use Macs for the most serious work, and always will. I have to disagree regarding Xco…
@Sirozha: Sorry to beat you to it. I had this idea close to a decade ago and wrote an extensive note to Apple on their Contact Us page in the hopes that they might actually do something along these lines (though I suggested a built-in component inco…
Possibly a reason for Apple to push for a Modular MacPro that supports outsized processing capabilities and configurations is that they anticipate machine learning/deep learning to play a significant role in Apple's future.
Quote: Originally Posted by Prof. Peabody This is a great analogy. It's nice to see at least some people get it and realise that this whole thing is yet another tempest in a teapot generated by blog writers to get hits. Another aspect to…