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Wednesday, 25 February 2015

iPhone, iPad and Mac. Connected as never before

Apple products have always been designed to work together very well. But now they can really surprise you. With iOS 8 and Yosemite OS X, you can do the most amazing things ever.

Handoff lets you pick up right where you left or off

Now you can start writing an email on the iPhone and continue where you left off when you sit on your Mac. Or surf the web on your Mac and resume at the same link on your iPad. Everything happens automatically when devices meeting the same iCloud account. Use Handoff with favorite applications like Mail, Safari, Pages, Numbers, Keynote, Maps, Messages, Reminders, Calendar and Contacts. And developers can build their applications Transfer now, too.

iPad and Mac, now answer the call

Sometimes when iPhone rings, not where you are. Perhaps it is charging in another room. Or is buried in his backpack. But your Mac or iPad is sitting there. Now you can make and receive phone calls on those devices while your iPhone with iOS 8 is on the same Wi-Fi network. Incoming calls display the name, number and profile photo caller. Just click or swipe the notification to answer, ignore, or respond with a quick message. And making a phone call from your iPad or Mac is so easy. Simply touch or click a phone number in Contacts, Calendar, or Safari. Everything works with your existing iPhone number, so there is nothing to configure.

Send any text message from any of your devices

Have a conversation with family and friends who do not use an iPhone just got a lot easier. That's because you can now send and receive SMS and MMS messages from your iPad or Mac. So when a friend texts from any type of phone, you can answer using whatever device is most convenient. You can also start a conversation from your iPad or Mac by clicking on a phone number in applications like Safari, Contacts or Calendar.

No Wi-Fi? No problem

If you are out of range Wi-Fi, your iPad or Mac can connect to personal hotspot on your phone when the iPhone is near. * With the new Instant Hotspot, you will see the name of your iPhone from the list of existing Wi-Fi Settings on the iPad and the Wi-Fi menu on your Mac. Just select and you're connected. And when you are not using the network of your phone, its devices disconnected intelligently to save battery life.

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