Apple has just seeded iOS 8.1 beta to developers, which includes some improvements and changes. Big things are coming ahead. Apple is getting back on track with its innovation.
Developer Hamza Sood has just tweeted screenshots from iOS 8.1, which reveals some interesting details.
The first screenshot as you can see below reveals a new Settings pane for Apple Pay that will be available in the Passbook app. It looks like the new Settings pane will give users the option to add a new credit or debit card, set a credit or debit card as default, access billing and shipping address, email address and phone. When you click on the Apple Pay and Privacy link, it provides information about the things that will be sent to Apple and provided by Apple to the card issuer and payment network for verification and fraud detection.
Apple Pay settings and privacy pic.twitter.com/N9m87XITNy
— Hamza Sood (@hamzasood) September 30, 2014
iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus, and the yet-to-be-launched Apple Watch include NFC that will allow users to make payments at over 220,000 retail outlets in the U.S. using Touch ID and also in apps supporting Apple Pay. Apple has said that it will launch Apple Pay in October, so it does look like iOS 8.1 will be the software update to include the feature. Apple is yet to enable these settings for Apple Pay for developers, but we expect it to be enabled when it is released to the public. Apple is working on really cool new things.
Sood has also found the following code strings in iOS 8.1 code, which seems to suggest that the next generation iPads will include support for Touch ID. IF you want to update to ios 8.1 beta now then register your iPhone iPod iPad’s udid to Apple Developer Account now. We are registering udid to Apple Developer Account (Click Here). After the registration to Apple developer program you can update to all ios 8.x.x beta versions legitimately and enjoy all of its features.