The translucent material which we saw in iOS 7 is now in OS X 10.10.
It's definitely looking more and more cohesive with iOS 7. And yes Apple Maps is still there.
Notifications Centre on OS X Yosemite has a new Today view with all current reminders for the day. You can also extend the Today view to include information from apps.
Ooh there's a big search bar in the middle. Just type what you want and you'll see the search results.
It should be noted that what we're seeing for now is just UI changes and these are mostly subtle.
Federighi begins the demo for OS X Yosemite with the worst Apple app ever created: Apple maps.
It's all looking pretty standard for now. Nothing that seem so difference except for the Notifications Centre and of course, the "trash can."
Love the new iOS 7-like look. One step closer for a more tight-knit integration between the two OSes
Oh no, did Craig Federighi just talk about a camping trip with Phil Schiller. And Jony Ive is going to.
Thankfully the crowd was laughing.
We have an iCloud Drive now. All ears up.
iCloud Drive: You can now get content from iOS documents which might not be on the Mac. You can also save them in way, tag them how you look and the documents will be synchronised across Macs as well.
This is compatible with Windows too.
Mail: The UI is getting a design revamp as well. Apple will also solve the problem of sending large mails.
Apple is introducing something called Mail Drive. You can now send large videos, photos via iCloud and the receiver will get them in the form of a link which is encrypted.
Safari: The favourites bar is dead. The big Search bar will show you your favourite websites and you can just choose from there.
There's also a Tab View that will stack the tabs for each individual site that you're browsing.
Safari has Web GL for super fast graphics. It also supports HTML 5 Premium Video which will allow users to stream videos faster from sites like Netflix and according to Apple it's going to be more energy efficient as well.
More demo on how Safari works. It's definitely not the most thrilling part of the presentation.
You can now smoothly scroll through the million tabs you might have kept open. You can also get a bird's eye view of all the tabs you have open.
Ok while it's great to watch Brian add captions to pictures he's emailing, it's getting a little dull. Just mail it.