iOS 8

Apple officially announces iOS 8 at WWDC 2014

Looks like those banners were right! On stage at the WWDC 2014 keynote Apple has officially revealed the latest version of its mobile operating system, iOS 8.

Some of the highlights include:

We're literally just touching the surface right now and there's a whole lot more to come. So stick around and we'll be updating as we get more. If you're following along in the iMore liveblog or watching online, leave us your first thoughts in the comments below!

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Apple officially announces iOS 8 at WWDC 2014

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I don't think that after listening to WWDC live today and hearing about IOS 8 us lay people that just download the apps the developers build for us to use on our Smartphones and unless you are in their world, We don't have a clue what really goes into making it all work based on what Apple gives the developers to work with. I think the Developers deserve kudos for what they do to make our lives what they are with the apps we choose and what they continue to build and update. Thank you all.