Today Apple put out its revolutionary, earth shattering OS (as usual) and I dread the tech reviewers who will criticize Microsoft and others for "copying" its hallmark features. This set aside, one thing that has seemed only glossed over even in Mac world is the ability to interact with an iPhone from OSX. The ability to forward calls and texts specifically. I would have a hernia if the obvious merging of platforms in the new Windows did not bring something like this to Windows 10 (and it will probably be even more functional), but where is this, and why in the world is Microsoft not screaming about it? That's a feature that is just as much silver and gold for enterprise, as any other consumer group. I would have a field day if when I got a text it popped up as a banner notification on my Surface Pro 3, or a call went through to my desktop which I could then transfer to any device... Anyone else drooling?