State of the Union
25th year of the WWDC conference
PC industry declined by 5% Macs gained 12%
Mac install base now 80 million
40 million copies of Mavericks installed in hardware. Fastest adoption ever of any PC operating system.
Over 800 million iOS devices sold
iPod touch has passed 100 million units
iPad has passed 200 million units
iPhone has passed a half a billion units
App Store has 1.2 Million Apps Available
300,000,000 people visit the App Store every week
75 Billion Apps Downloaded through App Store
OS X 10.10 Yosemite
New release with a new interface and big enhancements to apps
Has similar motif to iOS 7. Lots of translucent materials
Consistent and clear type.
Optional "dark" mode"
Notification Center has a "Today" view with "at a glance" look at calendar, weather and more. Widgets can be added as well.
Spotlight turns into a launcher just like ALFRED application. Also pulls search results from Internet.
ICLOUD DRIVE: Synchronizes files and folders across all devices (just like Dropbox)
Mail has been enhanced. Maildrop sends large attachments can be sent through secured cloud up to 5GB
Mail Markup lets you draw right on your attachments
Safari has been stripped down include a single bar across top of browser. New tab view stacks sites you are browsing. Private viewing option added as well. A "share" menu lets you see RSS and recent people you have messaged.
Scrolling tabs in tab view
Image Editing within Safari for sharing images directly from browser to mail.
AirDrop: Now works between iOS and the Mac
Handoff: All your devices are aware of each other. Will pick up wherever you left off on other device.
Instant Hotspot: Hotspot your iPhone from your Mac
iMessage messages now show up on all your devices, relaying those messages from one device to another.
Mac now accepts phone calls, with caller ID, and acts as a speakerphone. You can even decline iPhone calls from your Mac.
Anyone can be a beta user during the Summer leading up to the fall release
Builds on the design of iOS 7
Interactive Notifications: Reply directly from a notification without leaving app
New mail features allow you flag messages and marking mail for later read
New quick access to contacts from task switcher
Add events to calendar from within mail via dropdown contextual menu
Swipe email drafts down to get to other items within email app
Yosemite Spotlight features have been ported over to iOS 8
QuickType Keyboard: As you type, you get suggestions for the next word you might want to type. Much like SwiftKey. Has multiple language models.
Yosemite continuity features ported over
iMessages has GROUP MESSAGING where you can add & remove capability as well as DO NOT DISTURB
Tap To Talk: Let's you quickly record audio or video messages to send to recipients
Healthkit: A single place where applications can contribute to a composite profile of your health. Third party apps will plug into Healthkit
FamilySharing: Easy way to share what's important. Share photos, calendars, reminder lists and find other devices, You can even share iTunes purchases with up to 6 family members who share the same credit card.
Photos: Every photo you take is available on all devices via iCloud
Smart Editing controls for light, color and cropping
Has access to third party keyboards
iOS 8 apps can talk to each other
You can buy apps in bundles on iOS 8
Apple will bring third-party widgets to iOS 8
iCloud Storage Prices:
First 5GB Free
20GB for $.99 month
200GB for $3.99 month
Tiers available up to 1TB
Siri activates by saying "Hey, Siri"
Siri has Shazam song recognition
Identify songs and purchase songs directly from iTunes using Siri
Streaming voice recognition
HomeKit: Home Automation Certificate from Apple. Turns the iPhone into a remote for your smart home
CloudKit: Lets you access your iCloud storage
Metal: Focused on gaming, dramatically reduces OpenGL overhead