iPhone Sync notifications ?

Che Castro

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They mentioned that if you get a push alert from CNN app on your iphone , you will see that on the Mac

What about non iMessages & call alerts ?
 

retrospek

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I really hope we get missed call alerts and voicemail alerts syncing with OSX - but I would have thought they would have mentioned this if it was included..
 

retrospek

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Any app that sends an alert can be pushed to your Mac.
Not sure Phone or Voicemail Alerts can though.. Here is the official description from Apple:

Notifications let you see what’s up — and now they let you get things done, all without leaving the app you’re in. With OS X Mavericks, you can interact with your notifications, so you can reply to a message, respond to a FaceTime video call, or delete an email right from a notification. In addition, you can now sign up with your favorite websites to get breaking news, sports scores, auction alerts, and more — even if Safari isn’t running.8 And if you’ve stepped away from your Mac, you’ll find a summary of all the notifications you missed as soon as you return.
 

0000757

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Not sure Phone or Voicemail Alerts can though.. Here is the official description from Apple:

Notifications let you see what’s up — and now they let you get things done, all without leaving the app you’re in. With OS X Mavericks, you can interact with your notifications, so you can reply to a message, respond to a FaceTime video call, or delete an email right from a notification. In addition, you can now sign up with your favorite websites to get breaking news, sports scores, auction alerts, and more — even if Safari isn’t running.8 And if you’ve stepped away from your Mac, you’ll find a summary of all the notifications you missed as soon as you return.
Upon research, it's any app that uses Apple's Push service. Since Phone and Voicemail alerts don't use Apple's Push network, they probably won't go through. Same for non-iMessage texts.
 

Che Castro

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Upon research, it's any app that uses Apple's Push service. Since Phone and Voicemail alerts don't use Apple's Push network, they probably won't go through. Same for non-iMessage texts.
Well that's a bummer