Francesco Schiavon is a recognized expert in the topic of digital media deployment for web and optical disc. A dedicated educator, Francesco has spent the last decade teaching in some of Canada's leading multimedia schools.
Macs, iPhones and iPads are now best friends. That’s because Apple has incorporated many new features that allow these products to communicate, share and work together... just like best friends should! This 20-tutorial course shows you how all this integration works and why you need to know it!
It starts off with a section on cellular integration where you learn how Yosemite enables you to make and receive calls, messages and creating instant hotspots! You heard about the new Handoff features. Now it’s time to learn how to make these features a part of your Apple experience and workflow. Imagine starting a project on your iPhone. Then, continue working on it on your Mac and then finishing it on your iPad... without doing all those crazy file transfers. Simply put: Handoff is awesome!
But that’s only the beginning. This course continues to explore the powerful new iCloud Drive. The improved AirDrop file sharing technology and some very cool shared features in Safari. So dive into this course and make sure that all your Apple devices know how to work together!
… and be sure to watch all of our acclaimed Yosemite training in our ever-expanding online course library!
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Gerald B. wrote on February 1, 2018
Very good instructor. He gave a very detailed description of how all the Apple devices work together with iCloud.
Gerald B. wrote on January 19, 2018
Very good instructor. I'm enjoying these tutorials. I'm learning so much about OS-X Yosemite.
Dan wrote on December 13, 2014
With new IOS and OS X, some new features are available but are not so easy to setup alone. This course helped me to better understand and set up my Mac and Iphone to work better together.
Simtech16 wrote on November 29, 2014
This course is really of use only to people who use multiple macs and iOS devices, all of which are newer than mid 2012. This is mainly because of Bluetooth requirements for 'handoff', or 'continuity' features.
Also aimed more towards folk who have little knowledge of cloud and synchronisation services.
Anthony wrote on November 22, 2014
I've been on a roll today, watching all these Yosemite courses, and I sure have learnt a lot. I definitely would recommend this to everyone.
Ren wrote on November 5, 2014
Well done Francesco, the new features that are built into iOS8 will make life with the latest devices a pleasure. I'm so loving life with MPV.