I fully realise iOS 8 is only in its early Beta stages right now, but one thing I've been wondering: is it possible at least some aspects of continuity will work if away from a wifi network? A lot of what I've been reading seems to implying that they're using a combination of BTLE and WiFi for these features, but in the end the data transfer can't really be any different than AirDrop which doesn't require an external WiFi source, and uses an adhoc connection. My reasons for wondering this are: I spend a long time (13-14 hours) each day not connected to a wifi network. I'm really hoping that I'll be able to pick up my iPad and have it automatically connect to my iPhone for WiFi without having to do the "open iPhone settings to the hotspot page" dance each time like I have to now. Also, it would be nice (since I do have green bubble friends) if the SMS would come over to the iPad when out and about and not have to wait until I get home and have them all come over at once. So, even if it's not working right now - which I'd be surprised if it was, does anyone have any thoughts on whether such a thing might work as we get to final release?