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Just as planned, Apple has released today iOS 8 for iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch. Jump over the break to check out what’s new in iOS 8.
Here’s a beautiful infographic that not only shows the various stages of the iOS home screen, but it also takes a closer look at the evolution of individual icons and addition of features to Apple’s mobiles OS.
Jump over the break to check out the full infographic….
With new iPhones comes new software, so with the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus going on sale soon iOS 8 should be on its way too. Apple confirmed that the next-fen iOS will arrive next week, on September 17th, as a free download. In case you’re wondering, iOS 8 will be able to run on:
- iPhone 4s and up
- iPad 2 and up
- Fifth-gen iPod Touch
The iOS has not been changed much since we last seen it at WWDC back in June ( and you can read about it here ), but it will include Apple Pay – a new feature that allows iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus users to make payments via NFC.
With the iWatch rumored to be released later this year in different sizes and rocking more than 10 sensors, SET Solutions released a new concept showing the iWatch running a full iOS 8 and featuring a 2.5″ curved screen hi-res OLED display, and 6-days worth of battery life. Check out more iWatch concepts here.
Jump over the break to check out the concept in greater detail….
You still have to wait a couple more months until you get your hands on iOS 8 but, for now, you can get a taste of iOS 8 thanks to Notific8. The tweak is available right now in Cydia via BigBoss repo ( free ) and makes the iOS 7 Notification Center look like iOS 8 – or at least the NC version currently available in iOS 8 beta 2. The developer plans to update the tweak to include any changes that NC might gain in future iOS 8 beta releases.
- gets rid of the missed notifications tab
- the title of the “All” tab is now “Notifications”
- section headers have a background color
- new edit button for quick access to notification center settings
- new style attribution widget
- option to hide the attribution text
Apple released the second beta of iOS 8, a beta update that brings various improvements, changes and bug fixes to the first beta introduced on June 2. Beta 2 also includes various interface tweaks that makes the OS feel more polished and faster. Jump over the break to check out whats new in iOS 8 beta 2.
As reported back in May, Apple is set to bring a split-screen multitasking feature for iPad in iOS 8. The feature was not discussed during Apple’s WWDC2014 keynote, but code references to it have been found in the iOS 8 SDK. Steven Troughton-Smith hacked the iOS 8 iPad Simulator and made the split-screen multitasking feature partially work, and you can check out a demo of it after the break…