Apple iOS 8 went official yesterday at the company's WWDC opening keynote. Several interesting features were announced and demoed on during the event, but a lot more were left out of the spotlight. Luckily, Apple at least listed those on its iOS 8 conclusion presentation slide.
So, Apple iOS 8 is another game changer for the company, but this time it's not the design Apple is focusing on. It's the third-party access to core system functionality and developer APIs.
Here is what we saw yesterday:
And here is what Apple listed, but didn't bother to detail:
This is what we know so far about the new iOS 8. While the iOS 7 brought the massive UI overhaul, the iOS 8 focuses on extensibility. It comes this Fall for iPhone 4S, iPhone 5, iPhone 5c, iPhone 5s, iPod Touch 5, iPad mini, iPad mini 2, iPad 2, 3, and 4 as well as the iPad Air.
if its battery drain issues you want fixed, then i.o.s should ask if you want turn off many automatic features it has on by default for apps and app features, and if they are really clever, give out better batteries with their phones
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iOS should necessarily release version 8 in order to fix and resolve battery drain issue on iPhone 5s