Apple's boss has dismissed the idea of mixing laptops and tablets into a hybrid product.
Chief executive Tim Cook said the idea of combining the iPad and MacBook Air would "wind up compromising" both.
Rival Asus already markets such products in its Transformer series. Intel has also been a vocal advocate of the idea.
Mr Cook also said he hated litigation, signalling a willingness to settle patent disputes.
It comes after Apple reported its profits almost doubled in the first three months of the year and it sold 11.8 million iPads, 150% more than the same period last year.
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