A new feature for OS X called “Continuity,” announced at Apple’s WWDC conference Monday, allows apps and calls to switch between devices — assuming you have an iPhone and a Mac. Say you’re tapping out an email on your iPhone in the elevator, and before you finish, you’re at your desk. Instead of hitting “save as draft,” or sitting down and typing on your cramped iPhone keyboard for another minute or two, a button pops up on your Mac — hit it, and the message pops up, ready to edit on the big screen.
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