Now we go a step further, since OS X Yosemite will be able to use this protocol to interconnect with other computers and mobile terminals.
In fact, I’m sure at least some of this technology should be used in Continuity so that Macs can pick up on whatever activity we were doing from our iPhoneiPad and vice versa. Craig Federighi boasted of being able to interact between several devices even without an internet connection, so there must necessarily be a relationship.
The novelty was discussed at a session of the WWDC14 (remember that the keynote has already passed but the event lasts all this week), where Apple described an example: a Mac collecting photos taken from an iPhone without a Wi-Fi network so that iCloud can take care of it. This is going to be great for when I’m covering press events and networks collapse as they usually do, and I’m not telling you anymore when we’re in an area full of Macs that need to connect to each other. Depending on the inventiveness of the developers, the possibilities can be very wide .