Apple’s WWDC is always an exciting ordeal and event with Apple unveiling its newest and coolest stuff and this year was no different. Apple raised the bar at this year’s WWDC with the announcement of iOS 8 and OSX Yosemite. In fact this year was down right awesome and definitely brought back feelings reminiscent of the Steve Jobs era. Tim Cook and team seemed to have a hell of a lot of fun on stage and cracked many jokes that were really and truly very funny, all while demoing some of the coolest features we have seen from Apple in many years. The most notable of the new features was something Apple has dubbed Continuity. Continuity is a technology built into the new OSX Yosemite and iOS 8 that allows Apple devices to be aware of each other which opens a whole host of new fun possibilities. One that Apple showed off, was the ability to make and receive a call coming into your iPhone right from the comfort of your Mac using the computer’s microphone and speakers. Let me reiterate, you can take a call and you can make a call right from your desktop, how many times have we wanted to do that. Also your Apple devices are now application aware so you can start typing an email on your iPhone and pick up right where you left off on your Mac. OSX Yosemite has a stunning new look that looks much like iOS – it’s very cool and refreshing and looks to be a very welcomed change. Apple also opened up iOS a bit to offer support for third party keyboards finally! Swipe to type here we come! Apple also created all new dev tools for Apple developers including an entirely new programming language. With all of these awesome new features it becomes clear that innovation at Apple is absolutely alive and well and indeed thriving! The Apple we all know and love is back and she’s got lots of creative mojo working! Check out the round up segment from the Verge for all the hottest new features covered at WWDC 2014: