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iOS 8 is the of the developed by , being the successor to . It was announced at the company's on June 2, 2014, and was released on September 17, 2014. It was succeeded by on September 16, 2015.

iOS 8 incorporated significant changes to the operating system. It introduced Continuity, a cross-platform (, , and ) system that enables communication between devices in different product categories, such as the ability to answer calls and reply to on the Mac and iPad. Continuity includes a "Handoff" feature that lets users start a task on one device and continue on another. Other changes included a new search results feature that provides more detailed results; Family Sharing, where a family can link together their accounts to share content, with one parent as the administrator with permission controls; an updated keyboard with QuickType, providing contextual predictive word suggestions; and Extensibility, which allows for easier sharing of content between apps. Third-party developers got additional features to integrate their apps deeper into the operating system, including support for widgets in the Notification Center, and the ability to make keyboards that users can replace the default iOS keyboard with.

App updates in the release included the new app, which can aggregate data from different fitness apps, as well as enabling a Medical ID accessible on the lock screen for emergencies; support for in the Photos app, which enables photos to be synchronized and stored in the ; and , which lets users store files in the cloud and browse them across devices. In iOS 8.4, Apple updated its Music app with a streaming service called , and a 24-hour radio station called .

Reception of iOS 8 was positive. Critics praised Continuity and Extensibility as major features enabling easier control and interaction between different apps and devices. They also liked the QuickType keyboard word suggestions, and highlighted Spotlight Suggestions for making the iPhone "almost a portable search portal for everything". However, reviewers noted that the full potential for iOS 8 would only be realized once third-party developers integrated their apps to support new features, particularly widgets in the Notification Center.

Roughly a week after release, iOS 8 had reached 46% of iOS usage share. In October 2014, it was reported that the adoption rate had "stalled", only increasing by "a single percentage point" from the previous month. This situation was blamed on the requirement of a high amount of free storage space to install the upgrade, especially difficult for iPhones sold with 8 or 16  of maximum storage space. The following December, iOS 8 had reached 63% usage share, a notable 16% increase from the October measurement.

Contents

History[]

Further information:

Introduction and initial release[]

iOS 8 was introduced at the company's on June 2, 2014, with the first beta made available to conference attendees after the keynote presentation.

iOS 8 was officially released on September 17, 2014.

Updates[]

8.0.1[]

iOS 8.0.1 was released on September 24, 2014, as the first update to iOS 8. The update was meant to bring various bug fixes; however, the update was withdrawn due to an issue that disabled and cellular network connectivity on some models. Apple instead recommended affected users reinstall the initial iOS 8 release and wait until version 8.0.2 was ready.

8.0.2[]

iOS 8.0.2 was released on September 25, 2014, a day after the release of iOS 8.0.1. It included fixes for the bugs present in the previous update.

8.1[]

iOS 8.1 was released on October 20, 2014. The update introduced for in the United States; added in ; return of the Camera Roll in Photos; and added Continuity features, which enable iPhone users to read and send SMS and MMS from their and . It also introduced Instant Hotspot, allowing Mac users to remotely activate the "Personal " feature on a nearby iPhone.

8.1.1[]

iOS 8.1.1 was released on November 17, 2014, with bug fixes and performance improvements for and .

8.1.2[]

iOS 8.1.2 was released on December 9, 2014, with a fix for an issue where ringtones purchased through the would be removed from an iOS device.

8.1.3[]

iOS 8.1.3 was released on January 27, 2015. The update included bug fixes and reduced the amount of storage space required to perform an iOS update.

8.2[]

iOS 8.2 was released on March 9, 2015. The update included support for the , with the Apple Watch app on iPhone, providing App Store and configuration options access; Health with options for units of measurement; as well as lots of stability improvements and bug fixes.

8.3[]

Before the release of iOS 8.3, Apple announced a public beta testing program, allowing consumers to receive and test upcoming versions of the iOS software before the official, general release.

iOS 8.3 was released on April 8, 2015. The update included emoji improvements, such as an updated emoji keyboard picker that organizes emoji into categories, new diversified emoji, and skin tone modifiers; new languages for ; support for wireless ; as well as major bug fixes and improvements.

8.4[]

iOS 8.4 was released on June 30, 2015. The update introduced and therefore overhauled the existing Music app with the Apple Music service. iOS 8.4 also relocated audiobooks from the Music app to the app.

8.4.1[]

iOS 8.4.1 was released on August 13, 2015, with various fixes for Apple Music.

System features[]

Continuity[]

iOS 8 introduced Continuity, a cross-platform (, , and ) system that enables communication between devices in different product categories. Continuity enables phone call functionality for the iPad and Mac, in which calls are routed through the iPhone over to a secondary device. The secondary device then serves as a speaker phone. This also brings support to the iPad and Mac, an extension of the feature in previous versions.

Continuity adds a feature called "Handoff", that lets users start a task on one device and continue on another, such as composing an e-mail on the iPhone and then continuing it on the iPad before sending it on the Mac. In order to support Handoff and Continuity, Macs needed to have the operating system, which was released in October 2014, as well as support for .

Spotlight[]

iOS 8 introduced Suggestions, a new search feature that integrates with many websites and services to show more detailed search results, including snippets of Wikipedia articles, local news, quick access to apps installed on the device, content, movie showtimes, nearby places, and info from various websites. Spotlight Suggestions are available on the iOS home screen as well as in the search bar.

Notifications[]

The drop-down Notification Center has now been redesigned to allow widget functionality. Third-party apps can add widget support to their apps that let users see information in the Notification Center without having to open each respective app. Users can add, rearrange, or remove any widgets, at any time. Examples of widgets include a Weather app showing current weather, and a Calendar app showing upcoming events.

Notifications are now actionable, allowing users to reply to a message while it appears as a quick drop-down, or act on a notification through the Notification Center.

Keyboard[]

iOS 8 includes a new predictive typing feature called QuickType, which displays word predictions above the keyboard as the user types.

Apple now allows third-party developers to make keyboard apps that users can replace the default iOS keyboard with. For added privacy, Apple added a settings toggle called "Allow Full Access", that optionally enables the keyboard to act outside its , such as synchronizing keyboard data to the cloud, third-party keyboards are not allowed to use for voice dictation, and some secure text fields do not allow input.

Family Sharing[]

iOS 8 introduced Family Sharing, which allows up to 6 people to register unique iTunes accounts that are then linked together, with one parent becoming the administrator, controlling the overall experience. Purchases made on one account can be shared with the other family members, but purchases made by kids under 13 years of age require parental approval. Purchases made by adults will not be visible for the kids at all.

Family Sharing also extends into apps; a Shared album is automatically generated in the Photos app of each family member, allowing everyone to add photos, videos, and comments to a shared place. An Ask to Buy feature allows anyone to request the purchase of items in the App Store, iTunes Store, and iBooks Store, as well as in-app purchases and iCloud storage, with the administrator having the option to either approve or deny the purchase.

Multitasking[]

The multitasking screen shows a list of recently called and favorited contacts. The feature can be turned off in Settings.

Other[]

iOS 8 includes an additional data option in Settings for European users, allowing greater control over data usage abroad.

The personal voice assistant now has integrated support. Asking Siri "What song is this?" will identify what song is playing.

has been added to allow mobile phone calls over . Mobile operator carriers can then enable the Voice-over-Wi-Fi functionality in their services.

App features[]

Photos and Camera[]

Camera app[]

The Camera app gets two new features; time-lapse and self-timer. records frames at shorter intervals than normal film frequencies and builds them into movies, showing events in a faster speed. Self-timer gives the user the option of a three-second or ten-second countdown before automatically taking a photo. can now take pictures in panoramic mode.

iCloud Photo Library[]

iOS 8 added support to the app, enabling photo synchronization between different Apple devices. Photos and videos were backed up in full resolution and in their original formats. This feature almost meant that lower-quality versions of photos could be on the device rather than the full-size images, potentially saving significant storage space on models with limited storage availability.

Search[]

The Photos app received better search, with different search categorization options, including Nearby, One Year Ago, Favorites, and Home, based on and date of photo capture.

Editing[]

Additionally, the Photos app gained more precise editing controls, including improved rotation; one-touch auto-enhancement tools; and deeper color adjustments, such as brightness, contrast, exposure, and shadows. There is also an option to hide a photo without deleting it.

Extensions[]

Apple added an Extensibility feature in iOS 8, that allows filters and effects from third-party apps to be accessed directly from within a menu in the standard Photos app, rather than having to import and export photos through each respective app to apply effects.

Camera Roll[]

In the initial release of iOS 8, Apple removed a "Camera Roll" feature from the Photos app. Camera Roll was an overview of all photos on the device, but was replaced by a "Recently Added" photo view displaying photos by how recently the user captured them.

Despite being replaced by a "Recently Added" album, the removal of Camera Roll sparked user complaints, which Apple returned the feature in the iOS 8.1 update.

Messages[]

In iOS 8, gets new features for group conversations, including a Do Not Disturb mode that disables conversation notifications, as well as the ability to remove participants from the chat. A new Tap to Talk chat button lets users send quick voice comments to a recipient, and a Record button allows users to record short videos.

For interaction between two Apple users, the Messages app allows users to send short picture, video or audio clips with a 2-minute expiration time.

In the Settings app, the user has the option to have messages be automatically deleted after a certain time period.

Safari[]

In the , developers can now add support for Safari Password Sharing, which allows them to share credentials between sites they own and apps they own, potentially cutting down on the number of times users need to type in credentials for their apps and services. The browser also adds support for the graphics .

iCloud Drive[]

In a similar style as a , the is a that, once enabled in Settings, lets users save any kind of file in the app, and the media is synchronized to other iOS devices, as well as the Mac.

App Store[]

In iOS 8, Apple updated with an "Explore" tab providing improved app discovery, trending searches in the "Search" tab, and the ability for developers to bundle multiple apps into a single discounted package. New "preview" videos allow developers to visually show an app's function.

Health[]

HealthKit is a service that allows developers to make apps that integrate with the new Health app. The Health app primarily aggregates data from installed on the user's device, except for steps and flights climbed, which are tracked through the motion processor on the user's iPhone. Users can enter their medical history in Medical ID, which is accessible on the lock screen, in case of an emergency.

HomeKit[]

HomeKit serves as a that lets users set up their iPhone to configure, communicate with, and control . By designing rooms, items and actions in the HomeKit service, users can enable automatic actions in the house through a simple voice dictation to Siri or through apps.

Manufacturers of HomeKit-enabled devices are required to purchase a license, and all HomeKit products are required to have an encryption co-processor. Equipment manufactured without HomeKit-support can be enabled for use through a "gateway" product, such as a hub that connects between those devices and the HomeKit service.

Passbook[]

The Passbook app on iOS 8 was updated to include , a digital payment service, available on with the release of iOS 8.1.

Music[]

A new music streaming service, , was introduced in the iOS 8.4 update. It allows subscribers to listen to an unlimited number of songs on-demand through subscriptions. With the release of the music service, the standard Music app on iOS was revamped both visually and functionally to include Apple Music, as well as the 24-hour live radio station .

Notes[]

received editing support, with the ability to bold, italicize or underline text; and image support, allowing users to post photos in the app.

Weather[]

The app now uses weather data from instead of . The app also received slight changes in the user interface.

Tips[]

iOS 8 added a new "Tips" app, that shows tips and brief information about the features in iOS on a weekly basis.

Touch ID[]

iOS 8 allows to be used in third-party apps.

Reception[]

iOS 8 received positive reviews. Brad Molen of highlighted Continuity as a major advancement for users with multiple Apple devices. He also praised the Extensibility feature, allowing apps to share data, and liked the support for third-party keyboards. However, Molen noted that some of the new introductions - Family Sharing, Continuity, and iCloud Drive - require further diving into the Apple ecosystem to work. He particularly enjoyed actionable notifications and third-party widget support in Notification Center. Charles Arthur of also liked Extensibility, as well as the new QuickType word suggestions functionality in the iOS keyboard. He criticized the lack of an option for choosing default apps, and he also criticized the Settings menu for being confusing and unintuitive. Darrell Etherington of praised the improvements to iMessage, writing: "Best for me has been the ability to mute and leave group conversations, which is something I’ve been sorely missing since the introduction of group iMessage conversations." He liked the new search and editing features in Photos, and the QuickType feature in the keyboard, but particularly highlighted Spotlight Suggestions as "one of the better features of iOS 8, even if it’s a small service addition", noting that "it makes your iPhone almost a portable search portal for everything." Martin Bryant of The Next Web wrote that "The real advances here are yet to come", adding that "Apple has included demonstrations of what can be done, but the true power of what’s under the hood will be realized over the coming days, weeks and months" as third-party developers gradually incorporate new features into their apps.

On September 23, 2014, "roughly a week" after the release of iOS 8, user adoption of iOS 8 had reached 46%. In October 2014, Andrew Cunningham of reported that iOS 8 user adoption rate had "stalled", only climbing "a single percentage point" since the previous September measurement of 46%. Cunningham blamed the "" update requiring 5  to install, an "unusually large amount" that may have posed challenges to those using 8 gigabyte and 16 gigabyte devices. As an alternative, Apple offered the update via its software, but Cunningham noted that "An iTunes hookup is going to be even more out of the way these days than it was a few years ago, not least because Apple has spent the last three years coaching people to use their iDevices independently of their computers". In December, a new report from Ars Technica stated that iOS 8 usage had increased to 63%, up "a solid 16 percent".

Problems[]

App crash rate[]

A study by (formerly Crittercism) found that the rate at which apps crashed in their tests was 3.56% on iOS 8, higher than the 2% found on iOS 7.1.

8.0.1 update issues[]

In September 2014, the iOS 8.0.1 update caused significant issues with on and cellular network connectivity on some models. Apple stated that affected users should reinstall the initial iOS 8 release until version 8.0.2 was ready.

iOS 8.0.2 was released one day after 8.0.1, with a fix for issues caused by the 8.0.1 update.

Miscellaneous bugs[]

published several articles focusing on problems in iOS 8 regarding Wi-Fi and battery, Bluetooth, and calendar.

"Effective power" text message crash[]

In May 2015, news outlets reported on a bug where receiving a text message with a specific combination of symbols and Arabic characters, caused the Messages application to crash and the iPhone to reboot.

The bug, named "effective power", could potentially continuously reboot a device if the message was visible on the lock screen.

The flaw was exploited for the purpose of , by intentionally causing others' phones to crash.

The bug was fixed in iOS 8.4, an update released in June 2015.

In September 2014, a Apple advertisement for an alleged feature called "Wave" of iOS 8 circulated on , which promised users that they would be able to recharge their iPhone by heating it in a . This feature does not exist, and the media cited numerous people reporting on Twitter that they had destroyed their iPhone by following the procedure described in the advertisement.

Supported devices[]

With this release, Apple dropped support for the .

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