If you find it hard to concentrate while typing out an assignment or while doing your work on your computer, the latest update to Apple’s OS X Mountain Lion Developer Preview has introduced a pretty nifty “Do Not Disturb” function. This feature has been implemented into the operating system’s notification center and it will basically turns of notifications on your computer, allowing you to focus on the task at hand. Given that OS X Mountain Lion has started to incorporate more iOS like features into it, could we be seeing something similar incorporated into the next major iOS update (presumably iOS 6) as one of the mobile operating system’s features? We guess we will have to wait until WWDC which is when Apple is believed to make an announcement pertaining to iOS 6, along with additional features that we can expect from its upcoming OS X Mountain Lion which has yet to see an official release date. What do you guys think? Would a DND feature be handy for both OS X and iOS?
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