According to a new report coming from Axios, Apple is bringing some performance improvements to its macOS operating system to let users run iPad apps and make waking and unlocking faster for Macs.

These improvements could be implemented in the upcoming macOS 10.14 release, which Apple will unveil during the WWDC (Worldwide Developer Conference) event this summer. Even if Apple said that they’d focus mainly on security and performance improvements for the next iOS, macOS, tvOS, and watchOS versions, Axios’ report says one key feature remains on the roadmap.

And that’s the ability for Mac users to run iPad apps. Yes, you’re reading it right, Apple still plans to create and bring universal apps to its operating systems through some sort of implementation, and this could be the very first step toward this goal, not to mention that this alone is a major feature for the upcoming macOS 10.14 and iOS 12 releases coming this fall to supported devices.

macOS 10.14 could make waking and unlocking of your Mac faster

Every new macOS version released in the past several years brought new features and improved the overall stability, security, and performance of Macs, and, according to Axios, Apple plans to improve the performance when waking and unlocking the operating system. In other words, your Mac will boot or restart a lot faster with the macOS 10.14 release.

In related news, recent reports claim Apple plans to launch three new Macs this year, all powered by in-house built co-processors, similar to what the new iMac Pro is sporting. With that in mind, Mac computing is turning out to be more appealing than Windows or Linux alternatives, and we can’t wait to see what Apple has in store for Mac, iPhone, iPad, Apple Watch, and Apple TV users this year.