Google is working on a new operating system (OS) called Fuschia, but the company hasn't revealed many details about the project. However, thanks to a couple of recent tweets, it is now clear that the OS will support Swift, the programming language used to write iOS apps.
This latest revelation has led to speculation that Fuschia might be able to run iPhone and iPad apps. However, it's not clear that this will be easy or even possible.
Fuschia itself is written in C, C++ and Dart. It will also support Go, Rust and Python, as well as Swift.