Apple, Facebook, and Google have signed an agreement to develop an operating system for Chrome OS, according to multiple reports.
The two tech giants are teaming up to develop a new Chrome OS version that will be released in 2020, with the first version likely to be released around the end of the year.
According to The Verge, the new OS will feature “a new user experience, new APIs, and a brand new user interface.”
The Verge also reports that Apple is “working with Google to provide support for Chromecast.”
A Chromecast device, if confirmed, would be a huge step forward for the mobile-only operating system.
Chromecast allows users to use apps that run on their television or computer, and the device itself has been a huge success for the company.
Chromebot is set to be a major platform for future devices, with many devices coming soon.