During the WWDC event this afternoon Apple introduced Family Sharing–a great new way to share information between members of the same family. As long as everyone is signed into the same username/credit card, Family Sharing is available to as many as 6 members at any given time. Now members in the same household can share and scroll through purchases made by other members of the family.
Apple has finally addressed one of users’ biggest gripes in iOS 8. An updated iMessage app now allows users to add and remove contacts from a thread, set ‘Do Not Disturb’ mode on a per thread basis, and even leave a thread should they wish.
While it has seen some updates over the years, the iOS keyboard has lagged behind as other platforms have seen a plethora of advanced keyboard options with new input methods and smarter text correction. In iOS 8, Apple is finally taking a stab at predictive typing.
Apple has just announced that their popular utility AirDrop will now be compatible between iOS platforms and Mac OS X for the first time with Yosemite. In addition they have also introduced continuity between open applications on multiple devices at the same time
As part of the new Continuity platform introduced as part of OS X Yosemite Apple is bringing a new way to pair your smartphone with your computer. The latest build of OS X will make it possible to receive and respond to SMS messages from both a connected Mac or iPad.
After weeks of speculation that left many scratching their heads as to why they would be interested in buying Beats Audio–Apple finally pulled the trigger and announced this evening that they were acquiring Beats Audio for 3 Billion
Apple’s homepage has been updated to announce that their Special Event, otherwise know as WWDC 2014, will be