See how latest tweaks push iOS 8 even further

See how latest tweaks push iOS 8 even further

The second beta of iOS 8 upgrades Apple’s mobile platform visually as well as functionally. Along with plenty of bug fixes, iOS 8 Beta 2 delivers a number of neat tweaks that make the upcoming mobile OS even better than before. See some of the new enhancements in action in today’s quick-look video.

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  • dm10003

    SO MUCH IMPROVEMENT is needed in photo handling and I don’t see it covered here. Choice in file naming, order, organizing, etc. is no where near OSX. Such limitation doesn’t need to be this way.

    • Alex

      How you manage your photos on your phone is not how you manage them on your desktop. They are two completely different workflows.

      Who the heck is going to sit around managing their photos on their iPhone when they can do it 10x faster on their desktop? Just sync and edit on your computer.

      The iPhone does NOT need these features and Apple will never add them.

  • originalp

    The icons for camera and voice in Messages were green OR blue, it made it even easier to identify SMS or iMessage. They should change it back.
    The “Do not include” section for Notification Center in Settings has been there since iOS 7.

    • Alex

      How do you know what color to make the icons in a group message? Hmmmmm? A group message that could have both iMessage and SMS users in the same thread….

      • originalp

        Only THEN it should be gray.
        As long as it says iMessage or text message in the text field, I do prefer the blue or green icons, they look better too.

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