By Mark WallheiserApple, Google and Microsoft are not interested in the Windows Phone platform.
That’s why Microsoft and Apple, along with other tech giants, have been working to create a mobile operating system called Windows 8.
It would be a massive undertaking, especially if Apple doesn’t want to share it with the market.
The two companies are working on the same thing, but this time they’re working on a mobile platform that could make it possible for people to buy smartphones without having to buy a new phone.
Apple, for example, recently announced a new iPad mini with an Apple Pencil stylus that uses the Windows 8 operating system.
Apple is working on another iPad mini, the Mac Pro, which is said to be thinner and lighter than the iPad mini 2.
The company is also working on an updated Mac Pro.
The Surface tablet is also said to have an iPad mini 3 and a Surface Pro 3 keyboard.
Apple has said that its next Surface tablet, the iPad Pro, is a work in progress, and it will be ready for launch in the second half of 2017.
Apple has also made several updates to its Mac OS X software since Windows 8 launched in January 2016.
That software has been a hit with Apple’s loyal customers, who have downloaded it thousands of times since its launch in 2013.
The update includes a new, smaller, MacOS X Yosemite-based version of the operating system that can run on iPads, Mac Pros, and Macs.
Microsoft is also in the mobile game, too.
The Redmond, Washington-based company is working with the Android and iOS operating systems on their own mobile platforms.
Its Azure services run on Windows, Macs, and Linux.
That includes Azure IoT, a cloud-based platform that will allow businesses to build IoT devices from the ground up.
Microsoft has said the Surface and Mac OS systems are part of a larger effort to bring Windows 10 to a broader audience.
The platform will eventually become a full-fledged operating system, too, Microsoft said.