January 7, 2011
Apple must have had better things to do. Seven months after introducing the Retina display on the iPhone 4, the Cupertino, California-based company has finally gotten around to updating its Keynote Remote app. The latest update offers full Retina display graphics and multitasking features. It also includes:
- Improved handling of alerts (such as push notifications and text messages) received while controlling a presentation.
- Improved handling of loss of connection with Keynote ’09.
- Fixed networking issues, including recognizing a new Wi-Fi network if it was connected after launching Keynote Remote.