Apple is introducing a “dark mode” in OS X Yosemite that gives users a new way to customize their desktop look and feel.
Diehard Apple users are raving about the smart new functions and features of Apple’s newly released OS X Yosemite. Optimized for use with Apple’s already popular iOS devices, OS X Yosemite is an operating system that not only makes life easier, but also changes the way we think about doing comprehensive work on multiple devices.
One of the best features in Mac OS X Yosemite is its capacity to make calls (read more here.) and send SMS form your Mac through the iPhone. This is not done through iMessage and Facetime, yet rather through your telephone’s voice and information plan. You can now send SMS to contacts that don’t have iMessage, and make calls from your Mac (through the iPhone).
If you don’t want to receive calls from your iPhone on your Mac (OS X Yosemite), you ned to disable this function in FaceTime on the Mac.
If you happen to have updated your iPad or better yet your iPhone to iOS 8 as well as your Mac to OS X Yosemite then chances are that you must have come across or might be utilizing Apple’s iCloud drive. But what exactly is Apple’s iCloud drive and how do you use it?