iOS 9 lets you receive iPhone calls on your Mac without being on the same WiFi network

Continuity – the ability to hand off your iPhone calls and text messages to your Mac, iPad or Apple Watch – was one of the coolest features to come with OS X 10.10 Yosemite. It’s pretty limited, however, in that your phone and other devices need to be connected to the same WiFi network for it to work. It looks like that’s changing with iOS 9. A T-Mobile rep informed us that an update to Continuity in iOS 9 – including the current developer beta – will let you to receive phone calls on your Apple devices even if they’re…

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