Finally much needed syncing between iOS and Mac.
You can also pick up where you were working on a doc from your iMac to when you switch to the iPad.
Also if you save an email on your iPhone, and move to the iMac, the iMac will alert you about the pending email.
You can now automatically set up an HotSpot without typing a long password.
Oh and Federighi reminds us the trash can looks fantastic.
OS X Yosemite also has a dark mode. For some reason, that gets the most cheers from the crowd.
And you can just dial a phone number from a webpage on the iMac. Oh he's calling Dr Dre.
If this Continuity Business is as smooth as it looks in the demos, it will make Windows look like it its from another century.
Yosemite will be free. Users can sign up for the Beta version as well at apple.com/osx/preview
Tim Cook is here and we are now talking about iOS devices.
100 million units for iPod Touch
200 million units for iPad, 500 million units for iPhone, says Tim Cook.
Over 130 million users who bought an Apple device were new users: Tim Cook. Many of them were switchers from Android, says Apple CEO.
Tim Cook tells us in a wise manner: They (the customers) bought Android by mistake.
The switchers had a 97 percent overall satisfaction with iOS 7, says Tim Cook.
Tim Cook has a sense of humour ... Who wuda thunk it!
9 out of 10 people in our instal base are running iOS 7, says Tim Cook. He points out that Android has only 9 percent users on KitKat.
Once again he's talking at length about the need for latest updates.
YAY: AIR DROP WORKS BETWEEN MAC AND IOS DEVICES.
Tim Cook throws some numbers: 80 Million Mac installed. 40 Million copy of Mavericks installed.
50 percent of Apple's install base is on OS X Mavericks. According to Tim Cook, Windows 8 has a 14 percent adoption rate. And this was launched a year before OS X Mavericks.
iOS 8 is here folks. Craig Federighi is back on stage. He says he missed us. Okay then.
iOS 8 looks exactly like iOS 7. What do we have new: Interactive Notifications: Reply from the Notifications Centre itself. Don't have to leave the app you're in.
You can also use the double tap to see the people you communicate with most often.
Bird's eye view of the Safari tabs is also here.
Managing mail is easier: You can now mark your mail with one gesture. Similar to what MailBox offer. Just swipe all the way and the mail can be deleted.
The new notification system is similar to what BlackBerry did with 10.2
iOS 8 Lock-screen: If you get a notification, you can just swipe across and accept or decline whatever request you got.
You can also "like" a Facebook notification from the Centre itself.
Jony Ive looked ridiculous in that haircut. Wasn't that funny.
My stream is a bit behind. Gimme a few seconds :P