Apple has revealed the new iOS 8 and Yosemite (new Mac OS) for Mac Books. The iOS 8 takes the iOS 7 experiences a little further. It comes loaded with new features, an intelligent keyboard and many more.
Photo management just got better. On the iOS 8 the photo app are linked with the iCloud Photo library. All the photos and videos will be saved on the iCloud too, you will be able to access them anything, anyplace. You can access the photos using iPhone, iPod, iPad or via the web.
iOS 8 might actually change the messaging ways. The messages app will be able to capture sound or your voice with a simple tap. Tap to talk and then swipe to send and to hear the message just tap the play button. You can share videos and your location. Group messages are also supported.
The are some new features on the Apple iOS 8, like the interactive notifications that will keep you notified on any application that you might be currently using, there is no need to leave the app. You can read and even reply without leaving the currently application.
Mail app has also been improved, you can easily switch between draft email, what’s more the Mail app is smart enough to recognize the phone number, reservation, flight confirmations etc and it will notify accordingly. You can also had events saved in your calendar directly from the mail.
The keyboard got smarter it can predict what you will be saying (typing) next. There is a new health application that keeps track of your physical activities. You can also create an emergency card that will be easily accessible from the lock screen.
Apple has given more emphasis on continuity (handsoff); this is, basically being able to continue working on other Apple devices. For example if you were composing an email on the iPhone and you move on to the iPad or the Mac you will be able to continue from where you left. You can now receive calls from your iPad or the Mac.
Then there is spotlight to help you find what you are looking for, developer tools and much more.