Friday, September 19, 2014

iOS 8 – what’s new?, A Quick View of Changes in iOS 8

iOS 8 has just been launched by Apple earlier, after being teased at the Flint Center show where the company announced the iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, Apple Watch, Apple Pay and gave a little inside information on Apple’s HealthKit and fitness monitoring features incorporated in the new devices. iOS 8 was pretty anticipated among Apple mobile device users because it had promised better integration among different devices and a whole new set of features to benefit from. Apple had incorporated an NFC chip into the new device line launched not so long ago, but sadly, they limited its function to Apple Pay for the time being, although they might open up the NFC chip to developers like they did with Touch ID when that was introduced. If NFC were available, maybe the number of new features on iOS 8 might have been increased, but the mobile OS still brings a lot of improvements compared to iOS 7.First off, iOS 8 will be compatible with iPhone 4s and above, iPad 2 and above, both iPad Minis an