So, Apple is working on these things called iOS 7 and OS X Mavericks, which happen to be in private beta for developers right now. In general, our current, shipping versions should work pretty well on said betas. And while I cannot confirm we are working on our own things for Apple’s new things, I also cannot deny we are working on said things.
Yes, I live a life of confirmatory non-denial. This is why I drink.
What I can tell you is that if we were working on some things for Apple’s new things, we would probably have some planned for both the short term and less-than-short term. Since the less-than-short term category is the more interesting of the two, I’ll bet you one whiskey sour that things like UI Dynamics and AirDrop in iOS 7 are really fun to namedrop enigmatically in a blog post.
In the short term, for the intrepid “early adopters” in the audience, 1Password should run just fine on the iOS 7 and OS X Mavericks betas. If you are one of said intrepid customers, be sure to let us know if you run into something so we can prepare for when Apple ships these OSes to the public.
I actually can confirm that we’re working on small 1Password updates to fix a few quirks on Apple’s betas, such as a crash during New User Setup on Mac and search bar and tab wonkiness on iOS. We hope to get those up soon, so stay tuned here, on Twitter, or on Facebook to hear when they’re out.