iOS 8.1 Update for iPhone, iPod, iPad: What has Changed?
Apple has finally released iOS 8.1. The update includes quite a few new features and bug fixes in light of recent issues with iOS 8.0.1 and iOS 8.0.2. Thanks to YouTuber, Adrian Isen, we now have a video describing the changelog featured in iOS 8.1. Of course, we see quite a few bug fixes inside iOS 8.1, but there’s more than just bug fixes to look forward to with this update.
When updating to iOS 8.0.1 and iOS 8.0.2, many users faced issues ranging from loss of cellular service to loss of Touch ID usability, which obviously upset many. This is why iOS 8.1 is out way ahead of schedule. Sadly, it hasn’t provided relief for some. Many that faced cellular and wireless issues are still having problems. It seems many of these consumers have had no luck bringing the issues to Apple.
On the flip side, if you aren’t facing any problems with any of the iOS 8 updates, iOS 8.1 finally brings Apple Pay, the much talked about mobile wallet system. Camera Roll is now back, which was missed in iOS 8 – many were upset about not having it anymore. Continuity between an iPhone, iPad and Mac is featured, and much more. There’s plenty to look forward to with this update.
Many are still afraid to update because of previous issues they’ve had while updating and are tired of feeling frustrated. As soon as we know more about the software, we’ll let you know. Keep in mind that almost every software has its share of bugs, so this is not out of the ordinary. What is out of the ordinary is just how many bugs iOS has and how severe they are.