Apple’s next major release for iOS is expected to drop, later today.
In testing for over a month, and set to bring back the much missed “Camera Roll” to the iPhone‘s Photos app – part of Apple’s upcoming public launch of the all-new iCloud Photos, iOS 8.1 was recently shown off at the company’s October media presser as containing a variety of notable features.
We’ve put together the following chart that provides a handy timetable, based on the previous release times of Apple’s major iOS software releases, which (for reference) usually take place at around 10AM Pacific.
Jump below to find out what time to start hitting that “check for updates” button.
We’ll be sure to update you as to when the software becomes available for download from Apple’s iTunes servers. It’s also the time we might have something else to share with you. (Hint).
Head over to our iOS 8.1 Hub to learn all about what’s coming in Apple’s next, feature-laden update.
iOS 8.1 is now live and available to download. Learn more.