Ahead of it’s Worldwide Developers Conference, Apple is working on a technology that will bring two of its operating systems, macOS and iOS, closer together by introducing several useful iPhone features to its line of MacBooks.With the introduction of macOS 10.15 and iOS 13, the iPhone-maker is expected to unveil similar features like Siri Shortcuts, Screen Time and more on its laptops and smartphones, 9 To 5 Mac The new version of macOS, which has been under development for nearly two years now, would include support for Siri Shortcuts.
It is also likely that the Shortcuts app that works with Contacts, Calendar, Maps and other iPhone apps using over 300 built-in actions would be made available on macOS. Another major feature from iOS 12 that is coming to the Mac with macOS 10.15 is Screen Time that allows users to see how much time they spend on apps and limits the amount of time that can be spent on a specific app.
In addition, Apple is focusing on bringing a new Apple ID management panel to System Preferences with better support for configuring Family Sharing. The iMessage effects such as confetti, lasers and fireworks are also expected to come with macOS 10.15.