Both iOS and macOS run the same frameworks.Porting always requires developer work. For complex software, testing alone could eat many months.
Apple front loads a lot of the problem solving for devs. In the case of the move from PPC to Intel they created Rosetta. Allowing for all PPC apps to be run on Intel machines with guess what? Zero effort. Or to quote Wikipedia directly:
Obviously eventually Rosetta was depreciated and removed, but the bottom line is, if you think 6 months was enough time to recode software from that architecture shift, it most certainly wasn't. But Apple made it so that it didn't have to be. Much like what the case will be here. In the case of Rosetta people had 4 years and change to get their programs off of it (from Tiger to Snow Leopard) before it was depreciated. I expect an even smoother transition this time around as there won't need to be re-coding necessary. It's all Swift.Wikipedia said:
It wasn't meant to be. Apparently you don't understand text. It was the following statement to reiterate it since you need things spelled out for you in the plainest way possible:That's such a convincing argument.
You aren't going to change your mind. We know that. I know that. You know that. I am not going to change my mind. You know that. I know that. We know that. There isn't really a whole lot of point discussing it further as at this point we're sending 5 word responses rehashing the same garbage.
You're eternally cynical and skeptical of Apple news despite not following it. There isn't any piece of evidence that would change your mind short of a major announcement. You've said the same things over and over already.