I have iOS and MacOS apps are different, even though the company tried to create apps for both systems, such as Messages and Calendar and Notes etc. Now, as far as it comes to Messages, the version system in MacOS don’t seem as powerful as the version on iOS, but that could change in the near future.
According to the developer of the famous Steve Troughton-Smith, it seems he’s got some evidence to suggest that Apple may have used the draft Project Catalyst to bring some of the iOS apps to the MacOS, including the Messages and Shortcuts. As we have said, have a system of MacOS is already applied to Messages, but if Apple get their version of iOS from this app, you’ll sound more powerful and can provide users similar experience on both platforms.
In case you haven’t heard about Project Catalyst before, it is considered a framework I made Apple to allow developers to download iOS apps into their own apps for MacOS. While the closed Apple the idea of merging iOS and MacOS in a single operating system, they are by allowing developers to bring Apps iOS Their to system MacOS, it will help to unite all of the iOS and MacOS without merging them necessarily.
Also through the transfer of Shortcuts to the system of the MacOS, it seems that users will be able to soon create shortcuts for Siri their own which can be activated using their voice, similar to what they can do already on iOS devices their own. Please deal with all that has been said so far with the least amount of protection, especially that the company didn’t mention any of this in its annual conference for developers WWDC 2019, but we will continue watching the situation.