Apple has just seeded the highly-anticipated iOS 8 software update for compatible iPhone, iPad and iPod touch models, but the update is going to be a little less significant for early upgraders this afternoon because of four major features that are either missing, not fully functional or delayed: HealthKit, iCloud Drive, SMS Continuity and Apple Pay.
‘Software Update Failed’ and ‘Server could not be contacted’ errors reported while updating to iOS 8
iOS 8 is out! Apple has just released iOS 8 – its most eagerly awaited next generation mobile operating system for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch.
iOS 8 is the biggest iOS release ever, and includes hundreds of new features and improvements such as Interactive Notifications, all-new Messages app, Widgets, QuickType, third-party keyboard support and lots more.
Apple pulls HealthKit compatible apps from App Store ahead of iOS 8 due to significant last-minute issue
On Wednesday, September 17, Apple will release iOS unto the world (possibly the biggest release to date). With it, a ton of new features will find their way out into the public domain, and a wide range of devices will be able to get the newest software underneath their owner’s fingertips. The iPhone 4S included.
Apple might have just announced the iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, Apple Watch and Apple Pay mobile payments platform at a product event in Cupertino last week, but it isn’t finished yet. Building upon rumors that Apple will host its next major product unveiling in the second half of October, a new report claims that the iPhone maker will unveil new iPads and publicly release OS X Yosemite on October 21.
Apple is set to release its highly-anticipated iOS 8 software update for compatible iPhone, iPad and iPod touch models this afternoon, but there is one important recommendation that those upgrading should keep in mind: it is probably in your best interest to avoid enabling iCloud Drive on iOS 8 for the near future. Find out the reason why ahead.