It's pretty big from a developer angle, and this is a developer conference after all; new APIs, new programming language, widgets in the notification center, etc.I thought after the iOS7 paint job iOS8 would be big (at least that is what the spin was). This was really underwhelming.
Because iOS7 was a paint job and the spin at that time was Ivey simply didn't have time and just wait for iOS8.i really don't know why you expected that, the main thing this year will be the 6. Bigger software changes usually occur during the s cycle. I.e iOS 7(big overhaul) and 5s,and, iOS 6(nothing really big) and the 5
Exactly! People were cribbing for quick replies, swipe keyboards, extensions!! App to app talk!!! ..well let's see ppl whining now!This was big. Not really on design side, but big on functionality and developer side of things. Finally bringing a lot of things people have been looking for for years now.
I can send SMS from my computer via my Android phone via MightyText browser extension and have done for like a year, dunno about voice calling though as it's not something i've looked into. Nice improvements to iOS though definatly moving in the right direction.Exactly! People were cribbing for quick replies, swipe keyboards, extensions!! App to app talk!!! ..well let's see ppl whining now!
I have 1 issue though.. They haven't made it any easier to delete individual messages in the messages app... Still would have to go through the holding and pressing more
Best innovation is calling and SMS from Mac !!!! Freaking blows your mind!!! Let's see android and windows doing it!!!!
"I do read your emails" -Tim cook !!! Loved it!!!
You might be able to with iCloud drive. Not sure if it requires internet though if you're working locally.Can I save a document to a central repository that other apps can open and modify or am I still sandboxed for fear grandma wont be able to figure out something so complicated.