Upcoming iOS updates: iOS 8.2 and 8.3
Currently, iOS is on its version 8.1.3 which is the latest mobile platform from Apple. According to rumors, the Apple is planning to release 8.2, which will be the next major update for apple devices. In early February, it was was made available to developers as beta 5 stage, so its arrival is imminent, may be by the second week of March. Do not expect too many significant changes, but bug fixes with applications, such as shutting down of Facebook.
And while working to to release iOS 8.2, Apple has already started working on early development of iOS 8.3 and iOS 8.4. Currently, the data we have on both are very rare, but are slowly getting disclosed, especially of iOS 8.3, which is on the beta 1 stage and is available for developers. One of the most significant changes we will see as a result of this version is improved Siri, the voice assistant for Apple devices. Siri would have improved pronunciation while speaking and it would also be more natural way.
It is believed that this improvement would be released with the upcoming release of Apple Watch, a smart watch, which is supposed to be released in April. Given that the device would make a pretty regular use of the wizard to perform various basic functions, it is logical that Apple wants the voice of Siri go evolved. This is not the only improvement that iOS 8.3 would bring, but there are some more. GottaBeMobile informed that this version would integrate a new wireless feature called CarPlay. It is interesting to know this. A few weeks ago we knew that Apple had registered a patent to integrate the Apple device with car. The company goal is to gradually integrate our vehicle with the device to make the most of it. For now, with CarPlay we can not open and close the car, but we’ll be able to connect the device wirelessly without a USB cable Lightning.
Meanwhile, according to GottaBeMobile, iOS 8.3 update will also bring some small changes in Emoji, improvements in the implementation of health, and support Apple Pay in China. We also hope that Apple plans to solve some recent iOS errors by update which goes without saying. In each of the new versions we see that the company strives because the new “bugs” they should be repaired, especially those that deal with Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and those smaller performance related. The goal of Apple is to make its mobile OS more stable, and on its way to iOS, in September we can enjoy a more innovative platform, free from faults and better news for users who use it, because every year Apple comes with something big in September.