“I’m sold,” gabe writes for MacDrifter. “iOS 9 is the best OS Apple has ever made since OS 6. As usual, the documentation is the weakest part of the product. Every week I find some new reason to love my big phone. This week I discovered two revolutionary, if hidden, features.”
“Last week I received a request to complete a contract and sign it. As I fumbled through how I could do this on my phone I discovered a curious little extension called ‘Markup and Reply,'” Gabe writes. “The annotation tools aren’t very sophisticated but what I do get is access to my signatures created on my Mac.”
“When viewing calendar invites in Apple’s Calendar for iOS I noticed flight dates were automatically parsed from me email accounts and added as potential appointments in the inbox” Gabe writes. “These Weren’t calendar invites in the traditional sense. They were HTML emails with flight details. The calendar has them ready to schedule.”
More info and screenshots in the full article here.
MacDailyNews Take: We mis one thing in iOS 9: Tap and hold on an image or video to copy it. Now we have to go into the sharing sheet to copy it. Copying photos and videos used to be faster and easier in iOS 8 than it is now. Why not continue to offer some of the most-used actions, like copy, in a pop-up menu item for photos and videos?