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Six weeks after the release of iOS 8, ​​finally, set at 52% of mobile devices Apple. At the same time in the last 2 weeks the number of installations platform increased by as much as 4% – this after weeks of stagnation caused by the uncertainty of the users as a product. The sharp rise in the number of installations began after 20 October, when a version iOS 8.1 , which has a number of innovations (eg, support for Apple Pay , the return of “Films”, the advent of beta-version of iCloud Photo Library). In addition,...

In comparison with published short term iOS 8.0.1 , the current version is stable, but still away from perfection on an unpleasant bug told by MacRumors. According to their report, resetting all the settings in the “Reset” erases the data from iCloud Drive, which does not provide for recovery in the future. In the settings menu “Reset” offers several options for data cleaning. The topmost button “Reset All Settings”, in contrast to the “Erase All Content and Settings”, does not imply the...

Finally the developers hosted the event, which was being waited by millions of users for a few weeks. Apple has released the final version of its latest mobile operating system iOS 8, and now anyone can install it on your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch. This step is very dependable, if you understand it and you really need to be updated, we have decided to describe all the features and innovations that appeared in iOS 8 in detail. Camera and photo In the camera application, a new shooting mode – Timelapse, which allows you to take even...

Yesterday, Apple sent to developers with a request to upgrade to the latest beta version of iOS 8 and recent OS X Developer Preview Yosemite . According to the Corporation, to develop applications should be using the latest test versions of operating systems. The message appears on August 26 – say, from that day to work CloudKit, iCloud Drive, iCloud Photo Library and other services, Apple need to update their software. Usually the company sends such messages before leaving pre-release versions of the operating system to the application,...

Posted on Jun 2 2014 - 6:25pm by Huzoor Bux
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Last year, Apple revealed the biggest change to-date of iOS, the mobile operating system that many of us have been using for years. Now, the true evolution begins. Jony Ive and the iOS team have had plenty of time to listen to feedback and dig deeper into features introduced before Ive ever took control of software. And finally, iOS 8 is here. We’ve been expecting a new Healthbook application, a broken out iTunes Radio app to stand on its own, and maybe even split-screen multitasking on the iPad. Will all these dreams come true? Let’s...