By Emily Bazelon November 1, 2019 6:16pm”When you think about the future, it’s very clear that we’re not going to go back to a world in which all people have access to a high-quality computer, where everyone has a phone, where you can work from home, where we’re connected to each other at home and work from anywhere, where people have cars, and where we all use mobile phones,” the new CEO of Apple Inc. told a conference.

“There’s a lot of different kinds of apps that we want to deliver.

So I’m going to start with apps that are easy for everybody to use.”

But while Apple has been quietly preparing to launch a new smartphone platform called iMessage, the company also has been experimenting with a much broader set of messaging apps that Apple has previously considered shelving.

The company is now developing an app that it says is the most open messaging platform in the world.

The company is using a platform called Swift, an open source programming language, that it developed with the help of an outside developer.

The new platform is being described as a “complete rewrite of messaging.”

It’s not clear whether the company will sell the new messaging app to its iPhone and iPad customers, though Apple has said it will, and that it expects to start selling the new app to developers in 2019.

Apple, which has a $16 billion cash and stock position, is trying to sell iPhones, which are a key part of its business, at a time when other companies are looking to boost sales by selling to more affluent customers.

The app that the company is calling iMessage will be a complete rewrite of the iPhone messaging experience.

It will make it easier to communicate, it will help people find each other in their time of need and help them manage their social media accounts.

Apple is also developing an online platform, which will allow people to connect with other people across the world in real time, including through iMessage.

The platform will have more of a presence on other platforms and Apple’s other platforms, including Apple Watch, Siri, Photos and iMessage.

“The company’s iMessage platform is not the first time Apple has experimented with new messaging services.

In 2014, it launched Apple Music, an online music service that offered unlimited downloads, instant radio play and offline listening.

The service was initially available only in the U.S. but expanded to over 50 countries in 2016.

Apple Music has also launched a new messaging service called iMessages, which is similar to Apple’s iText but features more than just text messages.

Apple will be offering both iMessage and iMessenger in the future.

The new messaging platform, the latest iteration of an Apple-developed platform called AppKit, will be available for free to developers and users in the coming weeks.

iMessaging, which Apple is calling a complete redesign of the iMessage messaging experience, is also available to developers.

It can include both SMS and iChat, which can be shared with a wide range of other users.

iMessage and iText are currently the only messaging services available on the iPhone.