iOS 8.1, codenamed OkemoTaos, is the first full point release to Apple 2014 mobile operating system. It's being released on October 20, 2014 and, in addition to bug fixes and performance enhancements, will bring support for Apple Pay in the U.S., Continuity features like call and SMS relay, a return of the Camera Roll, iCloud Photo Library, and more!
iOS 8.1 ships as standard on the iPad Air 2 and iPad mini 3, and is a free update for all devices that support iOS 8, including the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus and previous models.
Continuity features with the Mac require OS X Yosemite.
Apple has released a major iBooks update as part of iOS 8.4, bringing support for audiobooks to the iPhone and iPad, as well as iBooks Author content support to the iPhone.
If you frequently receive iMessages from people not stored in your address book, you can quickly filter them out.
A few of you have written in to say Touch ID isn't working to authorize iTunes or App Store purchases, and/or for third party apps, following the iOS 8.3 update.
With the arrival of iOS 8.3, Sprint is rolling out Wi-Fi calling to iPhone customers using an iPhone 5c or later.
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