Safari for Mac. Never felt the need to switch, and it works great with iOS.
Why is iCloud even here? Currently, it is not even in the same product category. iCloud Drive, which is not out yet, is more comparable to the rest. At least compare the plans announced at WWDC, people!
I cannot get myself to start counting.
I don't know about you, but after a few days of regular use (for college notes), I got very accustomed to them and haven't used a single paper notebook for two years. I use a cheap Targus stylus (will probably upgrade soon) and Notability on iPad.
Any of these styluses or those marketed for the iPad and iPhone should be usable on any device with a capacitive screen.
*Should I... uh...* <2 seconds later> *Let's do it.*
iCloud Tabs make for near seamless syncing, iMessage is just amazing, other iCloud features include syncing tasks lists, calendar events, contacts. Even saved network passwords and keyboard personalization (AutoCorrect, custom shortcuts...) are secretly, seamlessly synced. Photostream is pretty nice and it seems like…
So these are just preset sets of rules? I could also specify custom 'otherwise's by manually typing as well, right?
Everyone should learn it to a certain degree. Not necessarily enough to write apps, but enough to help you understand what goes on inside (why an app isn't behaving how you expect, for instance). No matter what field you work in, you most likely use computers.
I can vouch for the TP-Link WPA4220KIT.
Of course you don't buy an iPad for this purpose. If you already have one, this is much easier and cheaper.
That would be slightly more complicated than downloading and running an app.
Clicking the address bar displays your bookmarks like on iOS. You also have the option to always show the bar.
Handoff is a new feature in Yosemite (and presumably coming to iOS) that prompts you to pick up your work on your iPhone or iPad, whether you're composing an email message or editing a document.
Hmm. I should give it a roll tomorrow. I've been planning to fake my death this weekend.
Oh I see. I was indeed referring to the black component as the new Mac Pro.
Mac Pro near window?
Because Chrome on iOS cannot be set as the default web browser.
Also might be good for your skin. It's not a great idea to sleep with your face buried in your skin gunk from night after night.
Yeah, that's quite fun.