After a quick update on iOS 8 at Apple's iPad event this morning, Apple Senior Vice President of Software Engineering Craig Federighi revealed some of the features coming in iOS 8.1.
He also dropped the iOS 8.1 release date: October 20.
iOS 8.1 also includes the public beta of Apple's iCloud photo library, not to mention the return of Camera Roll.
That's not all
Federighi said one of Apple's major goals with the first update to iOS 8 is to address top customer feedback requests, so no doubt there are more new features that Apple hasn't mentioned yet.
Apple CEO Tim Cook opened this event by revealing that the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus are Apple's fastest-selling smartphones yet, and that they sold the most in their first 30 days of any iPhones.
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