9 Worst Things About iOS 8

Despite the huge headache related to the latest update, iOS 8 in general is a step up from iOS 7, but there are many features that are good in theory but not in execution. Here's our picks for things in need of improvement:
  • 1. Massive to Download

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    If you already have iOS 8 (and upgraded from iOS 7), you likely know how huge the update was to download. While the file itself only occupies about 1.2GB of storage, the download requires you to have up to 5.7GB of free storage on your phone. In response, people deleted pictures, apps and music to make room for the iOS. The good news, however, is that there's a workaround, if you don't have iOS 8 yet: Sync your iPhone or iPad to the computer and download iOS 8 directly from there. This won't suck up any space on your device, and you can manually transfer the new software back to your device.
    Image: Mashable composite
  • 2. QuickType

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    Apple has a new built-in keyboard now with predictive text, giving you word suggestions before you type anything (based on what's previously written). Although some people love the feature, others do not -- often, the predictive suggestions aren't at all on point. But for the first time, Apple is allowing iOS users to download better keyboard options from third-party developers, like Swype, SwiftKey and Fleksy, so all hope isn't lost for a smarter keyboard experience.
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  • 3. Key Contacts

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    On one hand, it's nice to know you can double-tap the home button and see a carousel of all the people you've recently messaged with at the top of the screen. But it highlights contacts you might not want others to know about, too. For example, if you've deleted a conversation you recently had with an ex (and you don't want to broadcast this to anyone looking over your shoulder), their name will still display. To remove this feature, visit Settings > Mail, Contacts, Calendars > Show in App Switcher and switch it of Off.
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  • 4. iCloud Drive

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    iCloud Drive is perhaps the biggest fail of iOS 8. If you're not running OS X Yosemite on your Mac -- and you're probably not, unless you're participating in the public beta program -- iCloud Drive will cut off your apps from syncing with older (iOS 7/OS X 10.9 and earlier) devices. Whatever you do, don't enable iCloud Drive when updating iOS 8 until all your devices are compatible. Here's more on why to avoid iCloud Drive on iOS 8 for now.
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  • 5. Unavailable HealthKit

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    One of the most-buzzed new features is the Health app, the company's first major step into the health and fitness space. While Apple has been calling on developers to connect their apps and data to its hub, you can't download HealthKit-enabled apps from the Apple App Store just yet -- the launch has been delayed for a few weeks. This means the Health app is currently empty on the home screen, without any explanation on what it is and how to use it. It's a missed opportunity from Apple not to roll it out to users out of the gate.
    Image: HealthKit
  • 6. Camera Roll Change

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    Apple mysteriously removed its default Camera Roll album, which has caused a bit of panic (many first assume their photos have been deleted). Although it's more difficult to locate and organize your iOS pictures, they should be all there. Now, you'll see albums for Recently Added, Panoramas, Videos, Bursts, and Recently Deleted— along with albums created by third-party apps such as Instagram. Pictures taken more than a month ago are stored in the Collections folder, within the Photos app.
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  • 7. Deleted Photos

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    When you delete photos on iOS 8, they're not actually erased yet. The new Recently Deleted folder holds them for up to 30 days before trashing them for good. This could be a good thing for those who accidentally delete photos they want to recover, but in most cases, it's just an extra step to get a photo off of your phone.
    Image: Mashable
  • 8. App Weirdness

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    Some apps have had a bumpy ride post-update. Twitter, for example, moved the Drafts folder, and some users reported that their tweet drafts disappeared.
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  • 9. Glitchy Family Sharing

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    Apple's new Family Sharing program has its upsides: you can share purchases from iTunes, iBooks and the App Store without sharing accounts. But there are limitations. Whenever you download something new, it notifies everyone in the group -- and the same goes when others go on a downloading frenzy. It's convenient but not private.

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