The Cupertino company has already released iOS 8.1 beta 1 download for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch users, which is the first beta carries a build number 12B401. Now available to download immediately for registered developers and forgot to say, that this latest update includes support for Apple Pay and other bug fixes.
Actually, Apple releases a major enhancement to its mobile operating system in September, with further, ‘.1’ update arriving early on in the following year. For instance, iOS 8 debuted this year alongside the 4.7-inch iPhone 6 and 5.5-inch iPhone 6 Plus. Things, however, may be changing. Scheduled updates will see the company pushing out much more aggressively, with three major new releases set to land before iOS 9. Not only iOS 8 brought so many new features to the tablet already, but there’s still a great deal to come, and so along with the customary iOS 8.1 update, expect to see the iOS 8.2 and in future iOS 8.3 as Apple keen to roll out and stablish the likes of Health Kit/ Home Kit, CarPlay, Apple Pay and several other potential game-changers as well.
Although with the introduction of some of the best third-party keyboards, Notification Center Widgets, inter-app Siri and Touch ID fingerprint sensor integration as some of the additional changes that made with the release of iOS 8. Instead, it may be that every three to four months, iPhone users alongside iPad and iPod touch owners see a noteworthy update with perhaps one major feature and a few smaller tweaks and adjustments.
According to the unnamed iOS developer (via 9to5Mac), the courtesy goes with an analytic data for the Apple-focused website which is about to turn this corner regarding its iOS release schedule. Shows off that the iOS 8.1, 8.2, and 8.3 are already in development.
Partitioning the release cycle into more manageable chunks makes it easier on Apple and the consumer alike, and with nthe aforementioned habitat to increase the rate of overall development, this revised system seems a undoubtedly a fire winner at face value.
Sources say we should expect all of the three aforementioned versions to hit the streets at some point in the future, it’s still unclear what this all means. And on the other hand, the company may simply be speeding up software development. Maps app is also expected with the beta releases as well for testing, which could also bring support for the Apple Watch when that goes on sale, as well as a new split-screen mode for iPads.
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