Apple just unveiled its plans to launch a new version of the iOS software for the iPad and iPhone, together with a brand new feel and look for the MAC OS.
The new operating system for MAC will be called Yosemite. It is designed to have an appearance that is closer to that of the OS behind the iPad and iPhone devices. Some of the new features mentioned include the possibility of using the Mac as a speakerphone and a new service named “handoff”. It will let the user start activities on 1 device and then pass that activity to another.
The new OS for iPad and iPhone is called iOS 8. It now includes different features that are popular in messaging, email and photo apps.
The iCloud service also gets a major update. Now users will be able to store their files on Apple operated servers. ICloud’s storage was limited when compared with Drive, OneDrive and Dropbox. Users will be able to store files and even sync with Windows or Mac devices. iCloud Drive price saw a cut. 200 gigabytes now costs $3.99.
Apple usually modifies its operating system one time per year. Last year we saw drastic changes with iOS 7. The same is expected this year with both iOS 8 and Yosemite.