Apple has officially announced iOS 8, one of the most feature-packed iterations of the company’s mobile OS, at its WWDC 2014 event.
The fifth generation iPad is a great device but even brilliance can be built upon, so there's still room for improvement.
The next OS X update is expected to bring major changes so much so that Apple is reportedly going to devote most of its keynote at WWDC talking about it, opting to give less time to iOS 8 than previously expected.
Rumor has it that we won't see a visual redesign in iOS 8, as that is something Apple took care of last year with the release of iOS 7.
The problem stems from being able to brute force the random number generator, called the Early Random PRNG, to predict its outcomes. The generator is used by a number of important memory protections for iOS devices.
The real-time collaboration features had been announced Oct. 22 when Apple not only launched its new iPad Air and Retina iPad Mini tablets, but also said that the iWork desktop applications for OS X would be given free to buyers of new Macs.