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Apple's Mac operating system will have easier ways to share and search http://www.oldskooltilbud.com/billige-vans-nintendo-slip-on-pure-hvid.html , while the iOS software for iPhones and iPads is getting new features for keeping tabs on your health and controlling home devices.


Apple executive Craig Federighi said data from various fitness-related devices now live in silos, so you can't get a comprehensive picture of your health. He said that will change with HealthKit in iOS 8. Apple is also working with the Mayo Clinic to make sure your weight, calorie intake and other health metrics are within healthy ranges.


Apple is also making it easier for various devices to work together, even though the Mac and mobile systems are separate. You can share songs, movies and books you purchase with your entire family, and you can sync photos more easily across several devices. Macs and mobile gadgets will share more features http://www.oldskooltilbud.com/vans-toy-story-sort-vans-sko-udsalg.html , and you can exchange files between the two more easily and even make phone calls from your Mac.


The free updates will come this fall, though app developers get a test version Monday as the company opened its 25th annual developers conference in San Francisco.


Here are the highlights:


CHANGES TO MAC COMPUTERS:


— The next Mac system will be called Yosemite, after the national park, now that Apple is naming it after California locales rather than cats.


— You'll be able to search for content on the computer and on the Internet at once, similar to a feature available with Microsoft's Windows 8.


— Apple is expanding its iCloud storage service so that you can store and sync files of any type, not just the ones designed specifically for iCloud. It's similar to how other services such as Dropbox let you work with the same files on multiple devices more easily.


— A Mail Drop feature will make it easier to send large files. Instead of pushing the entire file by email and overloading mail servers http://www.oldskooltilbud.com/vans-toy-story-old-skool-hvid-vans-sko-old-skool.html , the Mac will create a link that the recipient can click for the full file.


— The Mac's Safari Web browser will have more privacy controls and ways to share links more easily.


CHANGES TO IPHONES AND IPADS:

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