Why lawyers will love iOS 8 – iPhone J.D.

 

Jeff Richardson:  The iPhone and iPad are amazing tools for lawyers because they are relatively easy to use, but are also incredibly powerful.  But as lawyers (and others) start to master the basics of iOS, they often start to want more powerful features.  Every year, Apple adds more advanced features to iOS, and now it is hard to imagine that there was a time when we didn’t have third party apps, copy and paste, or even Siri.  But based on the announcements made by Apple yesterday, when iOS 8 comes out this Fall, Apple will make huge advancements to the operating system, with lots of advanced features for power users and lots of ways to make iPhones and iPads more powerful for everyone.  Apple announced a huge number of new features yesterday and I won’t even try to mention all of them today — not only because there are so many of them, but also because many of the features have so much potential that it is going to take a while for their importance to really sink in.  Moreover, Apple only gave us a taste of the highlights of iOS 8, and I’m sure that when it is actually released in a few months there will be even more surprises.  For all of those reasons, today’s post provides only a few of the reasons that I am confident that lawyers are going to love iOS 8.

Read Jeff’s entire review of iOS 8 here:

Related articles

 

Advertisements

Google Maps For iOS Now Shows You The Fastest Route Home | Ubergizmo

 Google Maps for iOS has received a new update today which will alert users when a faster route to their ultimate destination becomes available. This feature is only available in markets where navigation is supported.
 
 

Related articles

Enhanced by Zemanta

12 Days of Gifts on the App Store on iTunes

Pile of gorgeous gifts 

From December 26 to January 6, you can download a gift each day–songs, apps, books, movies, and more–with the 12 Days of Gifts app. Each day’s gift will only be available for 24 hours, so download the free app to make sure you don’t miss out.

Related articles

Apple guilty of conspiring to raise ebook prices, federal judge rules | Technology | guardian.co.uk

Read entire Guardian report here.

Tech company to face trial for damages over attempt to thwart Amazon’s dominance after book publishers settle with U