MANILA — There is more for Filipinos in the recently launched, Apple iOS 8!
Though the launching just gave a sped through the perks of the iOS 8, some new features of the system offers more convenience for Filipino users.
Among the features include free Wi-Fi calls and support for different languages including Tagalog.
During the launch, the company flashed a slideshow presentation of these added features but failed to discuss it in details.
Wi-Fi calling, a newly developed feature of iOS 8, enables users to call contacts through Wi-Fi connection.
Though, the feature is already existing in some Android phones, it will be the first time to be used on iPhones.
A complete list of the new things to be waiting for in the newly launched iOS 8, as published by Yugatech News, includes:
- Improved zoom for accessibility
- TouchID to exit Guided Access
- Braille Keyboard for direct 6 dot braille input
- Alex voice for accessibility
- Time limits and countdown timer for guided access
- Multi-device support for MFi hearing aids
- iBooks built into iOS
- See books as series in iBooks
- Auto night mode in iBooks
- Travel time notifications
- Panorama on iPad
- Camera Timer
- Lunar calendar support
- Rich Text Editing In Notes
- Battery usage by app
- DuckDuckGo support in Safari
- Place cards in other apps
- In Case of Emergency Card
- RSS feeds in Shared Links
- Instant burst mode
- Flyover city tours
- Vector maps in China
- Navigation for china
- WiFi calling
- Speak Screen
- Purchase iTunes content with Siri
- Shazam with Siri
- FaceTime Call Waiting
- 24 new diction languages
- Indian, Tagalog, Irish Gaelic, and Slovenian keyboards
- New definition dictionaries for Russian, Brazilian Portuguese, Thai, and Turkish Hindi localization
With reports from Yugatech News