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Apple introduces iOS 8 at their WWDC 2014 event

The American multinational corporation Apple has begin the year's Worldwide Developers Conference or WWDC in San Francisco, United States, where today the company started things off addressing their keynote of the presentation. Apple, Inc. has announced their next generation iOperatingSystem 8 or iOS 8, which is said to be "Huge for developers. Massive for everyone else."

As we read on the Apple's words, their new mobile operating system iOS 8, where from now onwards you can see, edit and organize every photographs you take on all of your devices. The update includes adding of your voice right into a text message you want to send. Also with the new health and fitness application on board, you will be able to interact and communicate with each other, your trainer and even with your personal doctor. The new release from Apple gives more permissions and deeper access to more tools for developers. As a start, you can now customize your default keyboard and replace them with new options like SwiftKey and Swipe, as seen from an Android device. Sharing content from a iOS 8 running device is also made easy, also allowing the users to your Apple iCloud and Touch ID in many new ways than before.

With the new Apple iOS 8 announcement, you will have convenient new ways to respond to your notifications and also the ability to reply a message straight from the lockscreen is added this time. There is also that new multi-tasking view, where Apple has added a new row over the recent set of applications, named "Favorites" which will display your selected contacts within the iPhone or iPad. Family Sharing is something new, where up to six people from the family can share each other iTunes, iBooks and App Store purchases. The new iOperatingSystem 8 update also makes the iPhone, iPad and Mac "Connected like never before", where it is now said to start writing an email from one device and seamlessly continue it on another one. Also an iPhone user can now answer their phone calls on a connected Mac or iPad. There have been updates add to the system Spotlight application, too, where it now gives you suggestions based on internet sources like Wikipedia, nearby places, trending news on the web, and more. iOS 8 finally allows application to bring their dedicated widgets to the notification center.

The commercial release of the newest version of iOS is scheduled for the impending Fall. But developers can get their hands on with the iOS 8 from today. The new update of Apple operating system will be compatible with Apple iPhone 4S, 5, 5C, 5S, iPad 2, iPad with Retina display, iPad Air, iPad Mini, iPad Mini with Retina display and fifth generation iPod Touch.

Source: Apple