“In the several months leading up to Apple’s 2014 Worldwide Developers Conference, we reported on several features on tap for iOS 8, the new iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch operating system, and OS X Yosemite,” 9to5Mac reports.
“Many of the features we reported on were announced last week: improved messaging, revamped notifications, various user-interface enhancements, indoor mapping, iCloud improvements for end-users and developers, Shazam in Siri, Voice Memos improvements, the redesigned Mac interface, multi-resolution mode for Xcode app testing, and of course, health-tracking integration,” 9to5Mac reports. “But some of the reporting did not become official last week. Namely, the Healthbook name, various improvements to Apple’s controversial mapping software, and a split-screen iPad multitasking mode.”
9to5Mac reports, “Before WWDC, we reported that the [split-screen iPad multitasking mode] feature would be pushed back to at least iOS 8.1 or even to a future software or hardware update (iPad Pro?).”
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