‘No way’ Apple can turn iOS into the next Windows 10 OS, says analyst

The next generation of the iOS platform may not be the next version of Windows.

But it’s not a bad idea, according to Apple analyst Michael Apted.

In an interview with Bloomberg View, Apte said the future of the platform may depend on the operating system developers decide to make available.

The future of iOS could depend on what the Windows team decides to do with the OS, he said.

“I think the future is still unclear,” Aptes said.

So, it’s hard to predict what’s going to happen.””

What I think is important to keep in mind is that the operating systems are evolving, and new OSes are evolving and new versions of operating systems come out every six months.

So, it’s hard to predict what’s going to happen.”

Apted said the Windows 10 team is likely to focus on the Windows Phone platform, which could be the dominant operating system in the next year or two.

Apple is also rumored to be planning to open up its iOS app store to developers.

He added that it is not clear if the Windows side of the OS will follow suit, though.

Apple has been a strong supporter of the Windows platform since its inception in 2008.

Its devices, such as the iPhone and iPad, are the only products that Microsoft is releasing in its platform.

The company has long made sure to take a big stake in Windows.

In October 2016, the company released the latest version of its operating system, OS X El Capitan.

It is one of the most popular operating systems around the world, with more than 95% of the devices that use Windows 10 running it.

Microsoft announced the Windows Mobile operating system on Monday, and the company said it will support a new version of iOS on the platform later this year.

Apple also released iOS 11 in January, and has also recently added a number of other apps to its mobile operating system.

Apte also said that Apple is looking to invest in its own developers, which will be the first time that Apple has done so.

“We have to invest more into the ecosystem,” A.P. said.