by Joe White
June 10, 2013
Apple has added a brand new Calendar for Mac app in its recently announced OS X 10.9 Mavericks. Features include an impressive Inspector, which is aware of the user's location, travel time between locations, and the local weather. Particularly, the new Calendar app can suggest venues when users input appointments such as "pizza," or "movies," and will auto-add the venue name once users make a selection. The app can also add in travel time depending on one's mode of travel (such as walking or driving), and will ensure that users' travel times don't clash with previously inputted appointments. Finally, notifications for users' appointments will be pushed to both iDevices and one's Mac, which will be a useful addition to the application. For more of today's news, see: Apple's iOS 7 Set For Public Release This Fall, Beta Version Coming To Developers Today, Apple Demos New Photos App On iOS, and Apple Reimagines Safari On iOS 7 With New Tab Interface, Smart Search And More.