It has been a rough week for Apple, starting with a bug that obstructed third-party apps from making use of the HealthKit feature, a major selling point of Apple’s new health platform and iOS 8. Apple released iOS 8.0.1 to fix the problem, however rapidly discovered that the upgrade disabled Touch ID and cellular data on the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus. After drawing iOS 8.0.1 on the exact same day it was released, Apple launched iOS 8.0.2 the next day. The 2nd update dealt with the HealthKit issue and other concerns such as a bug that was influencing third-party keyboards.
Developers didn’t lose anytime updating their fitness and health apps with HealthKit support. iOS 8 users can now sync popular apps like WebMD and MyFitnessPal to the wellness app and track a variety of stats such as meal workout data. You can see a list of some of the new HealthKit-enabled apps right here.
Apple likewise stopped signing iOS 7.1.2 on Friday, suggesting iOS users can no longer downgrade from iOS 8.
Bendgate is turning out to be a non-issue. Apple responded to claims that the iPhone 6 Plus was flexing in people’s pockets by stating ‘a total amount of 9 clients’ have grumbled about a broken phone. Apple also permitted a couple of press reporters to visit its iPhone testing facility where it puts its devices with numerous tension tests.
Consumer Reports weighed in on Bendgate stating,’ Phone 6 and 6 Plus not as bendy as thought’.
iPad Air 2 Statement Can be found in October?
Several reports assert Apple is preparing another media event to reveal its next-generation iPad lineup, which might consist of 3 brand-new designs: iPad Air 2, iPad mini 3 and iPad Pro.
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