On Monday Apple unveiled their latest iOS and Mac OS X operating systems. There were more evolutionary improvements rather than revolutionary. In some cases, Apple was clearly taking cues from Android and Windows mobile operating systems.
Noteworthy features in iOS 9:
- Android migration – Wirelessly transfer your contacts, message history, camera photos and videos, calendars, web bookmarks, email accounts, wallpaper and DRM-free songs and books from your Android device to iOS.
- iCloud Drive app – Managing iCloud is easier with the new iCloud Drive app.
- Longer-lasting battery – New low power saving mode.
- iPad Split-Screen Modes – The are three different ways to split an iPad’s screen into segments.
- iCloud attachments- Long press in the body of an email and you’ll get an attachment option.
- New font – Apple has replaced Helvetica Nue font with the San Francisco font used by the Apple Watch.
- 9. Apple’s New Keyboard Solutions, Including QuickType – This makes the iPad a lot more productive and faster to type on.
Noteworthy features in Mac OS X 10.11 El Capitan:
- File copy resume
- Copy file path in Finder
- Redesigned Disk Utility
- New service extensions
- File and folder rename in the contextual menu
- Auto-hiding menu bars
- Improved autofill
- New color picker