Apple officially unveiled iOS 8 today, and some of the new features include: interactive notifications, a keyboard that predicts what users will type, and a Snapchat-style self-destruct button for video and audio messages. That's not all, they also added HomeKit, an intuitive system that allows users to control home appliances and turn their iPhone into a remote control. In other words, you can use it to open doors, control lights and even carry out commands like 'get ready for bed' which could dim lights and lock all doors. Continue reading for two videos and more information.
According to The Daily Mail, "Apple is working with the Mayo Clinic to allow data to be shared with doctors automatically, and notify them if a reading is too high, for example. Apple's iOS 8 additionally now has a family sharing app allowing families to easily share calenders, pictures and even find phones. Parents can see what their children have bought online, and download apps, music and films on the same account. The system will automatically message parents if their child tries to buy content online, too."