The most effective second of this yr’s WWDC keynote was an easy demo of a macOS characteristic, Common Management. The concept is easy sufficient: it lets you use the keyboard and trackpad on a Mac to instantly management an iPad, and even makes it easy to tug and drop content material between these units.
What made the demo so spectacular is how straightforward and seamless all of it appeared. In a traditional Apple transfer, there was no setup required in any respect. The phase occurred so quick that it even appeared (incorrectly, because it seems) just like the Mac was capable of bodily find the iPad in house so it knew the place to place the mouse pointer.
I imply, none of these things is new or technologically spectacular, however as traditional, Apple manages to make it straightforward, intuitive, and appear and feel good and good. I’d like to have one thing as simple and built-in like this in Linux.