September 17th apple released iOS 8 Two days before the launch of the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 plus lot of minor new features that add up to an attractive package. Every change is welcome, but there’s also a lot of questions about the update that remain unanswered. For example, we know that the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus are getting Apple pay for NFC purchases, but we don’t yet know how well the service works or how widespread it will be. Apple is also letting third-party developers access core features like the keyboard and camera, but until we see the results, we won’t know how much control Apple has ceded. Indeed, the most interesting story here is that Apple is finally becoming a bit more open to letting third-party developers improve iOS. That by itself, could be the killer feature. Without knowing the answers to these questions, iOS 8 by itself simplifies and enhances features you already had in iOS7 and adds more conveniences to the apps you already know. But on the other hand alot of negative feedback from customers on the new iOS 8 reporting many bugs. Here at Yesgeek we’ve realized that it’s best to avoid updating if you have an iPhone 4s model due to a large percentage of our client base reporting very serious problems after updating their iPhone 4s. more bugs have been reported with other devices including the iPhone 5,5s, and even the new iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 plus. Apple is working on an update iOS 8 which they think might fix all the bugs with the new operating system.

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