iOS 8.2 Update: Major Fixes Confirmed

Earlier this month, Apple launched the iOS 8.1.2 update to fix some bug and glitches from the previous firmware update. Even so, iOS 8.1.2 still failed to stabilize the iPhones and iPads. Apple is aware of this and has confirmed that iOS 8.2 will be released very soon from now.

While Apple has yet to share on when exactly the iOS 8.2 will be released, consumers can already get an idea on what it has to offer. For starters, the iOS 8.2 is confirmed to come with support for Apple’s upcoming wearable, the Apple Watch.

In addition to that, the iOS 8.2 will be adding in blood glucose tracking to the iPhone’s health features. This upcoming tool basically tells the users on the amount of glucose in their blood and how much exercise is required to stay healthy.

Of course, the main priority of the iOS 8.2 will be to fix the major issues with the iPhones such as the Wi-Fi connectivity. Also, this upcoming OS will look to beef up the system’s security.