Apple Brings Calculus to the Table With Continuity

Posted on Sat 06 September 2014 in Technology • 1 min read

There is a concept in calculus called Continuity. Basically, if you have a graph without any holes (x values for which y is undefined) or vertical asymptotes (I’m not going to try to explain), it is continuous. With iOS 8 and OS X Yosemite, Apple is bringing Calculus to the table with Continuity. (Just in case your head has been in the sand for the last couple of months, Continuity is a feature in iOS 8 and OS X Yosemite that makes it easy to move to a different device and work on the same thing. No calculus required.)

I must be fair the competition though, Samsung is bringing the Galaxy to the table with their devices. (Well, at least a Galaxy of junkware…)