The IOS 8 unique selling points are combining the IOS and OS X together in a simple yet effective way. The release was made available as of yesterday, September 17th. You can update to Apple’s IOS 8 via downloaded which will give you a rounded design and it is now available only 2 days after the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus launch. The designers didn’t go for a dramatic change in design but the operating system update really makes everything better.
With a stronger Mac OS X Yosemite integration and a loose restriction on the Apple’s Touch ID finger print sensor, Apple has done a fine job in catering to customer demand. With more fragmented security, with new software kits, Apple is also offering health gadgets which the Apple watch may take advantage when that is made available to the public next year.
Usually Apple likes to announce the dates of iPhones on Tuesdays and make the updates available on Wednesdays and finally, they start taking pre-orders on Fridays. Its seems that the same scenario is be folded this year but this year’s IOS updates changes the last years scheme to some extent. Apple has made it available on its servers one week after last Tuesday’s iPhone 6 launch event, not the next day.
The IOS 8 will work with almost any device just like IOS 7. The device uses Bluetooth 4.0 with Touch ID for all. All sorts of applications will be able to use the biometric scanning home button instead of troublesome passcodes. So far this only applies to the iPhone 5S, but Touch ID is likely to come to the iPhone 6, iPad Air 2, and iPad mini 3 later this year.
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