Last week, Apple released its seventh iOS 8 update since the release of iOS 8.0 back in September. The new iOS 8.2 update is large update that delivers the Apple Watch app to iPhone users and bug fixes and enhancements to all iOS 8 users. Over the past week or so, we’ve spent some quality time with Apple’s latest upgrade and today, we want to help you answer that ever so important question: Is iOS 8.2 worth installing on iPhone or iPad?
Apple’s been extremely busy in the months after its iOS 8.0 release. The company’s rolled out seven iOS 8 updates to tackle iOS 8 problems and deliver new features and it’s planning to roll out at least one more in iOS 8.3. The iOS 8.3 release date is still unknown though it’s expected to feature at least one more beta which means that the iOS 8.2 update will reign for the foreseeable future.
iOS 8.2 is more than your average incremental iOS bug fixer. The update comes with a massive change log that features the Apple Watch app, a number of improvements to Apple’s Health application, enhancements for stock apps like Mail, and the usual array of bug fixes. iOS 8 problems have been a problem since launch and Apple’s doing its best to tackle the glaring issues.