Apple comes out with many surprising news on WWDC 2014. New iOS 8 and latest upgrade of Mac OS X. But there are some coolest features which Apple did not mention in the presentation. Check out here in this article.
Apple gave us a lot to digest at today’s WWDC event, including big announcements about iOS 8, Mac OS X Yosemite, and a new programming language called Swift.
But even with two hours to present, Apple still couldn’t fit everything in.The company mentions dozens of new features to be released when iOS 8 hits this fall.
While some of the features will likely be enjoyed by a fairly limited audience (multi-device support for MFihearing aids), there are a few features that stand out as things Apple lovers have been craving for some time — or hint at cool possibilities in the future.
First up is Wi-Fi Calling, which lets smartphone owners route calls over local wireless connections rather than through potentially flaky cell service. Of course, your cell phone provider has to have the technology in place to support it, which means that right now, only T-Mobile iPhone users have confirmationon the feature’s availability.
For those concerned with privacy, keeping your information off of Google’s (or Microsoft’s, for that matter) servers just got a bit easier on the iPhone: DuckDuckGo is now an option as a default search engine in Safari. With recent updates giving the privacy-focused search engine many of the same capabilities as Google’s Knowledge Graph, leaving Google’s world is more appealing than ever for those who don’t rely on it for mail and other tools.
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