Why iOS is more ‘closed’ OS than MacOS?
I’m pretty new to Apple ecosystem, I got MacBook and I’m really enjoying it. I’m coming from Windows/Linux and before I touched MacOS I thought that this OS is way more closed. And that’s somewhat true (it’s harder to modify existing OS components that on many Linux DE’s) but on MacOS user is able to do almost everything, has full **sudo** access. And Apple stated that they want to stay with this idea of having more open OS in case of MacOS.
Meanwhile MacOS is pretty easy-to-understand OS and has very good UX. I love this combination of easiness and possibility to make more advanced things. And MacOS is very secure also.
My question is: **why Apple hasn’t go the same way with iOS?** iOS devices are very powerful and unlocking them can provide infinity power for more advanced users. If this is done well, iOS can still be very user-friendly and secure.