Though iOS 8 was a good iteration of the mobile OS from Apple, building nicely on the aesthetic twist iOS 7 brought in, it lacks some punch. Certain aspects of iOS still go largely untouched, and the update itself can be a bit buggy. Now it seems three new updates to iOS are in the pipeline, and may be coming soon.
The iOS 8.0.1 update was a rare misstep for Apple. It caused quite a few users to lose cellular connectivity — a bad enough bug on its own — as well as TouchID features. A new report points the finger at one man inside Apple as being responsible, and it may be someone you’re familiar with in a roundabout sort of way.
Apple's recently released iOS 8.0.1 update came with an unfortunate side dish of unanticipated issues, namely in the form of lost connectivity and issues with the Touch ID sensor. The outcry was quick and severe, and Apple issued a workaround alongside the promise that a fix was inbound. Today, that fix has arrived.
Instagram has updated Hyperlapse, their home-grown time-lapsing camera for iOS. With the update, you’ll now get the ability to take drawn-out selfies using the front camera. Instragram is also continuing to brush Android off, but now we know why.
Did you download the iOS 8.0.1 update, only to find yourself without connectivity. Apple has since pulled the update to investigate what went wrong, but if you were one of the unlucky ones, there’s a quick-fix for you. All you need is a lightning cable and a computer.
Uh oh! Apple’s newest version of iOS is out, which should be a good thing. As we told you about previously, iOS 8.0.1 fixes a number of issues, and the update added a few more tweaks that should make su all happy. So why the “uh oh” up top? It may be breaking one overriding thing any phone needs: connectivity.
Apple’s iOS 8 may be fairly new to us, but a new report suggests they’re already seeding iOS 8.0.1 to carriers. The update will reportedly address some problems users have been having, but as the numbering scheme suggests, it’s fairly minor.
The childhood dream of monitoring camera feeds directly on your wrist watch has finally come to fruition with the introduction of devices like the Moto 360. TinyCam Monitor has received a new update that brings support for Android Wear, allowing those with a related wearable to take a peek through their camera from their watch.
As iOS 8 finds its way to more devices, Developers will start to update their apps. Though Safari is the default browser for Appel products, many insist on downloading Chrome to take its place. Those fancy extensions Apple bragged up for iOS 8 and Safari are now available on Chrome, via an update.