Apple’s next iOS update is supposed to be an iOS 8.0 update that would bring the next version of the app store to the iPhone, iPad, Mac and PC
title Apple is planning to introduce a new version of iOS 8 that would include a feature called “iOS 8.1”, according to a new report.
AppleInsider claims the new update will likely be released “soon”, although the report doesn’t specify when exactly.
Apple has reportedly been working on iOS 8, which is set to be released on September 26.
The new update is expected to bring some new features to the platform including a new feature called iOS 8 “iOS 9”.
According to the report, Apple is working on a feature that would make it possible to launch apps from the lock screen on an iPhone.
This feature will likely come with a new release of iOS 9.
It is unclear whether the new feature would be a feature Apple is bringing to the app, or a feature coming to the iOS operating system as a separate update.
If iOS 8 is indeed coming to a version of its iOS operating systems that is not yet available to the public, it would represent the first time that Apple would release a version with iOS 8 support.
Previous versions of iOS included support for iOS 9, which has been in development for more than two years.
It was first reported by Business Insider in August.
The next version will likely include a new “iOS” feature that will be similar to the “Lock Screen” feature Apple has been using on iOS for the past few years.
The feature would allow users to swipe up from the bottom of an iOS device’s screen to lock the screen.
Users would then be able to navigate the lock screens from the app bar or from the home screen, and select a new app from the list of available apps.
The news comes just weeks after Apple released a report detailing a few of its upcoming iOS updates.