The new version for Skype 184.108.40.2065 has been updated for Mac. It’s most important updates include performance and stability enhancements. The newest version of Skype comes with the proper features for coping perfectly with the new OS X Mountain Lion and ability of opening chat in different windows and keep track of what’s going on with all contacts at once. Not to mention advanced Skype Video calls and improvements for Screen Sharing for allowing the user to share the desktop over a call and show dear ones photos.
The current issue that is reflected in both operating systems Macs and iOS is that there is no iWork syncing between the two platforms. Sharing files via iCloud could raise difficulty sometimes to the user because of the different file formats. An upgrade with automatic syncing via Documents in iCloud would come in July with the new OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion.
It’s stated that the new Maps app in iOS 6 won’t come with transit directions, an important feature that is still available on the current iOS 5 Google version. Apple has also ditched from the beta version the Street view.
Your apps on the OS X Lion or Mountain Lion would look just fine with Cocoa and Quartz 2D graphics. All the user needs to do is incorporate graphic resources and realize transitions between the two display, Retina Display and average resolution display.
The two features from the new operating system iOS 6 are not officially available for iPhone 4 or 3GS and Apple wants some features to remain strictly on some devices. Take for example the case of Siri’s limitation to the iPhone 4S. Despite of what Apple wants, developers are struggling to discover the ways of limiting the restrictions in what concerns Flyover and turn-to-turn navigation to older versions of gadgets.