Articles about iOS 8 (page 4)

iOS 8 Camera Roll Might Make A Return
Camera Roll has been around on iOS devices for as long as we can remember but the company sent it packing with iOS 8. Instead of Camera Roll the new software brings something called Recently Added which lists all of the pictures taken with that device over a particular period of time. If a new report is to be believed it looks like Apple may have had a change of heart. […]

iOS 8 Reportedly Causing Bluetooth Connectivity Issues
It seems that while iOS 8 has brought about a host of new features and improvements to the iOS platform, it also looks like the operating system has come with its fair share of bugs that are causing a lot of issues for its users. Earlier with iOS 8.0.1, the update was pulled as it was reported to have caused Touch ID and cellular service to stop working.An update has […]

iOS 8 Bug Causes 'Reset All Settings' To Delete iCloud Drive Files
It looks like the iOS 8 release hasn’t gone as smoothly as Apple would have hoped. The company had to pull HealthKit apps at the last moment due to a bug and then when it tried fixing that bug with iOS 8.0.1 it ended up creating a whole new mess. iOS 8.0.2 was later released to fix all of the previous issues but it didn’t take care of them all. It […]

iOS 8.1, 8.2 And 8.3 Development Reportedly Underway
A couple of weeks back Apple released iOS 8.0 to the public finally after showing it off at WWDC 2014 earlier this year. Soon after the release Apple rolled out an incremental update, iOS 8.0.1, but that turned out to be a disaster. The issues were fixed with iOS 8.0.2 and hopefully they’ll be kept at bay in future releases. What users might be interested in now could be iOS […]


Alleged iOS 8 And 8.0.2 Security Flaw Enables Unchallenged iPhone Break-In
It does not look as though Apple’s iOS 8 roll out has been all that smooth, and some might have attributed this to the human factor behind the entire team, while others could think that this is just one of the growing pains which comes with the territory of a brand new operating system update. Regardless of which school of thought you hail from, iOS 8’s release has had its […]

HealthKit Apps Are Back In The App Store
Back at WWDC 2014 when Apple unveiled iOS 8 it took considerable time to explain HealthKit, a new platform within iOS that’s geared towards health and fitness. Developers will be able to use this platform to create their own applications that aid users in measuring and tracking various health and fitness indicators. However before iOS 8 was formally launched to the public Apple removed all HealthKit apps from the App […]

Apple Stops Signing For iOS 7.1.2, Downgrade No Longer Possible
Are you unhappy about the changes Apple has made to iOS 8? For the most part they are improvements, although we guess some iOS users might not be too happy because the new features might be causing their phones to perform slower than before. Unfortunately it looks like if you wanted to downgrade back to iOS 7, you’re out of luck.

iOS 8.0.2 Released, Addresses Cellular And Touch ID Issues
iOS 8.0.1 was released a couple of days ago but unfortunately due to a series of pretty severe bugs, Apple has withdrawn the update and promised that iOS 8.0.2 was on its way. Well the good news is that it looks like Apple has worked pretty swiftly because iOS 8.0.2 has since been released.The update was originally promised to arrive in the next few days, but we guess it took […]

iPhone 6 Review
Apple caved into popular demand this year. Whereas its competitors (Android and Windows Phone) have long gone down the bigger display path, Apple’s been reluctant to go beyond 4-inch displays.Apple says it could have made a bigger iPhone years ago, but it waited so it could make the best bigger iPhone. Now that the iPhone 6 is here, is it really the best big iPhone, or even the best big-screened […]

Apple Confirms iOS 8.0.2 Will Be Released In The Next Few Days
So it was only recently that Apple had released iOS 8.0.1, but unfortunately the update was extremely buggy and in some situations, caused users to lose cellular service which is pretty bad. Now the good news is that Apple has since confirmed that iOS 8.0.2 is in the works. The Cupertino company confirmed this in a recent support document that they have released.According to Apple, they expect that iOS 8.0.2 […]

iPhone 6's Camera Issues Could Be Attributed To iOS 8
In an earlier post, we covered how Apple had advanced their camera technology over the years in the different iPhone versions, leading to the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus which seemed to have the best camera yet. Or does it? According to the folks at Tom’s Guide (the sister site to Tom’s Hardware), it turns out that there are some slight issues.One of the issues has to do with an […]

Downgrade iOS 8.0.1 To iOS 8 And Recover Cell Service
A few hours back Apple released iOS 8.0.1. This is purely an incremental update that was meant to fix some bugs, instead what it ended up doing was far worse. Soon after people started installing iOS 8.0.1 on their devices iPhone owners found that the update was killing cell service on their devices. Even the Touch ID fingerprint sensor stopped working, this behavior was noticed on iPhone 6 and iPhone […]

iOS 8.0.1 Has Been Released But Hold Off On The Update
We reported yesterday that iOS 8.0.1 will soon be released for all supported devices. This incremental update comes merely a week after Apple’s latest iteration for its mobile platform, iOS 8.0, was released to the public. When the release took place it was confirmed that HealthKit apps had been held back due to some bugs which were supposedly going to be fixed by this latest update. Well iOS 8.0.1 is […]

Skype For iPhone 6 And iPhone 6 Plus Will Be Released In October
Just yesterday Skype rolled out an update for its iOS 8. The update brought support for the latest iteration of Apple’s mobile platform called iOS 8. Since the new software was released on September 17th developers have wasted little time in updating their applications so that they fully support the new iOS release. Interestingly yesterday’s update didn’t have support for the significantly larger iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus display sizes. […]