Apple WWDC Conference Shows off Many New Upgrades
This past week Apple held it's annual World Wide Developer's Conference. The conference was attended by over 6,000 developers and engineers. Along with news of software updates and some new designs for their products, Apple also announced it's plans to launch the iPhone 6 and a new iOS 8 update. This new iOS 8 update will come with many new features which will give users much more usefulness with their iPhones.
Since there was so much material and news to share with the conferees at the Conference, many of the new features with the iOS 8 were not shared. A few of the new and updated features that will come with the iOS 8 include: a WiFi feature that will allow people to make and receive phone calls apart from their phone carrier; a "call waiting" feature on FaceTime; a special app which gives tips on how to use the iOS 8 update; a special feature which will allow you to take panoramic photos on your iPad; a private search engine that can be used in Safari; and a unique feature that allows iPhone users to adjust the focus and exposure of the photos they are taking.
Apple users will be pleasantly surprised at the the new updates and features which will come with the new iPhone 6 and iOS 8. Along with those features listed above, there will also be new mail apps, health apps, and family share apps. Apple is definitely doing all it can to remain one of the top innovators of iPhones, iPads, notebooks, and other techy devices being purchased by enthusiastic users.