Apple has announced that its new Macs that are powered by the company’s newly-announced Apple-built chips will be able to natively run iPhone and iPad apps, thanks to the shared architecture.

The new apps will be installed directly from the Mac App Store, with multiple iOS apps able to run side-by-side alongside macOS apps. Apple says that the new feature will be available at launch alongside the new Macs with Apple chips, which are set to launch as early as the end of the year.

Apple demoed during the keynote include Monument Valley 2, Calm, and the Fender Play app.

Developing… we’re adding more to this post, but you can follow along with our WWDC 2020 live blog to get the news even faster.


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