iOS 8.1.1 fixes a crash that could lead to remote unlocking of an iPhone 6 and 6 Plus
iOS 8 is here!
We’re excited to share that this is the first release of iOS 8, with some important bug fixes and performance improvements.
We’ve made several important changes to improve security, such as a new default password requirement and a fix for the new lock screen mirror image.
But the biggest update is that you can now unlock your iPhone 6 or 6 Plus with the power of Siri!
This means you can ask Siri to unlock your phone even if it’s locked.
You can even do this without a passcode!
You can also get a little more control over your iPhone and Siri.
For example, you can set Siri to ask you to do things that can be controlled by the lock screen.
If you need to unlock an iPhone with Siri, you’ll need to do so through the Settings app, which is now in the Home screen.
We’re also updating the way you navigate your device.
When you tap on the Home button, you will be presented with the device’s icons, which you can tap on to navigate around.
You’ll be able to switch to the lockscreen, which will allow you to access a variety of different apps and settings.
And you can also tap on any of the apps on the lock screens to switch between them.
The new lockscreen is designed to look and feel much more like a regular lockscreen: The lock screen is now designed to be a mirror of your home screen, which means that you won’t see the app icons.
It’s also much more comfortable to use, with a lot more space between the home screen and the app drawer.
As always, we’d love to hear your feedback on iOS 8 in the comments.
If this release has helped you, we hope you enjoyed using it!
Updated June 11, 2019 10:40am PT with additional information.