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Apple Says iOS 8.1 Is About Stomping Out Bugs

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Oct 16, 2014, 12:23 PM   by Eric M. Zeman
updated Oct 16, 2014, 12:37 PM

Apple today revealed details about iOS 8.1, an update to its smartphone and tablet platform. iOS 8.1 targets numerous bugs that have caused issues for iPhone and iPad owners since its debut, such as connectivity and crashing. As far as new features, iOS 8.1 adds support for Apple Pay and includes the public beta of iCloud Photo Library for sharing photos. The update also brings back the camera roll within the photo application. Apple said iOS 8.1 will be available for download beginning Monday, October 20.


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Oct 16, 2014, 1:34 PM

Apple is about the shareholder and not the consumer

They were in a rush to break out the Iphone 6 and new iOS and they forgot the key factor that made Apple, which is quality control. iOS 8.0 was released and bugs galore, 8.0.1 comes out a few days later and it turned iPhones in to useless iPods. iOS 8.0.2 comes out and my new iPhone 6 crashes, freezes, and reboots on its own. Steve Jobs made the company and now it's gone. Apple has run out of ideas and is focusing too much on pleasing the shareholder. This will be the last iPhone I buy.
However, all companies tend to look out for their shareholders, so why are you surprised?
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