Put your feet up and let us take you through the best bits of iOS 8 and Yosemite -- plus we pony up for a £12,500 phone, and find out why it's the end of the line for line rental.
Apple unveiled iOS 8 this week. After last year's new coat of paint, this latest version of the software for the iPhone, iPad and iPod touch gets a bunch of new features and behind-the-scenes bits and bobs. From predictive text to HealthKit, we talk you through our favourite new features and find out if they'll work in Britain.
Apple also dropped OS X Yosemite, the roughest, toughest, root'nest, toot'nest, fastest desktop software west of the Pecos! We round up our favourite bits of that too and even throw in a quick explanation of Apple's new programming language Swift. Don't say we never give you nothin'.
We also find out how new 4G broadband service Relish is cutting out line rental for Londoners, and could do the same in other parts of the UK too. We take a look at the £12,500 Vertu Signature Touch and ask why it's the first phone for millionaires that might actually be worth a few bob, and we find out how Dyson invented Google Glass. Then it's your turn with your questions and comments in our feedback section.
And as if that's not enough, we test Luke and Andy's knowledge in our inaugural podcast quiz. Spoiler: they don't exactly cover themselves in glory.
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The best bits of iOS 8 in CNET UK Podcast 391
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