iMore show 405: WWDC 2014 keynote coverage

iMore show 405: WWDC 2014 highlights

The iMore show brings you everything you need to know about the week in iPhone, iPad, Mac, and Apple! On this episode The WWDC 2014 keynote is over and Rene and Peter walk through all of it with complete coverage, color, and commentary. OS X 10.10, iOS 8, Swift, interactive notifications, document picker, inter-app communications, continuity, and more!

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iMore show 405: WWDC 2014 highlights


That handy feature of picking up your phone call on your Mac is going to be pretty slick on the new iWatch, don't you think?

Not really.. no new programing language(stuck in 32bit java), no cross platform handoff, clunky Google Voice, no desktop class OS (Chrome ah.. haha!)

So.. You're ZING kind of flops.. lol OH, but they did have a massive lead in malware! ZING!

That was the webOS Nation podcast. Palm thought up some great ideas back then that Android was smart to integrate quickly.

Ultimately though I think Apple was also smart to wait and figure out how to implement them in their security/privacy first model. It might be lost on people who look at check boxes but it will be deeply appreciated by those who value experience (and architecture!).

Android apps and processes have always run in a sandbox.

Android's intent system uses a hierarchical permission/security model for inter-app communication built on top of SELinux.

Insinuating Android's communication model is not secure or private is inaccurate.

I've heard to many bloggers spout this nonsense as a differentiating factor and it isn't.

Apple is using the same security/privacy model Android uses for Intents for extensibility.

So let's be clear. Extensibility is Apple's version of Intents, through and through. And it's not anymore secure or private. It's going to be based on permission ACL model that Android/Linux has always had.