iOS 8 Promises More Improvements Under the Hood
While iOS 7 was a major and much needed update to the iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch interface, iOS 8 aims to be more of a subtle redesign according to The Verge tech blog. What will change is not how the mobile operating system looks, but how it works. App Extensions will allow Apple’s default apps and third-party apps to work with each other. For example, users will be able to look at photos in the default Photo app, and then edit them using VSCO Cam filters. While these types of app interactions have been available on Android, it is a much needed feature for iOS. Take a look at The Verge’s article to see other new features of iOS 8.