That’s great and all, but the magic really comes from the app’s built-in digital assistant. When you tap into that, the assistant makes smart suggestions of things you should do based on how it sees you’re interacting with your inbox. For instance, today Astro asked me if I wanted it to automatically archive messages from Grubhub because it looks like I haven’t been reading them (or more like I didn’t even realize I was subscribed to them), and suggested that I add my friend Allison to my VIP list because it looks like we’re interacting frequently.
With iOS you can send whatever site you’re looking at on your iOS device to your Mac using Handoff, one of Apple’s “ Continuity ” features that syncs compatible apps between Mac and iOS devices. If you’re on an iOS device and looking at some webpage or are using a supported app like Messages, Safari, or Bear, you’ll see the corresponding icon appear in your dock, letting you leave your phone alone and access it from your Mac. Even when using Safari on my iPhone, Handoff uses whatever default app I designate, making Chrome my go-to browser on the desktop.
Regarding the 8-K filing, Trace stated "What I see in that agreement is wildly different concerns from the two parties. The concern of the Purdue side of the equation is all about the risk." What happens if they don't hit revenue or profit or enrollment targets, what happens if Kaplan cannot continue operations, 's focus is all about benefiting from the removal of the for-profit burdens, effectively saying "Hey, if we're not a for-profit anymore, we can blow the roof off this thing." How do we benefit if enrollment takes off, etc? This makes the deal unprecedented.