Apple’s iPhone camera software is now ‘free’
Updated June 12, 2018 06:22:08Apple has announced that its latest iPhone software is no longer free.
The software is available to download from the App Store and Google Play, and includes features such as face detection, face recognition with the ‘n’ gesture and better autofocus.
However, the company has confirmed that it is now available for free.
“Today, we announced our first free iPhone software update for iOS 8.0.1, iOS 8, which is now called iPhone 8.1.
The update includes several bug fixes, enhancements, and improvements, as well as some new features,” Apple said in a statement.”
For iOS 8 users, the software update is now free.
We appreciate your patience as we continue to work with Apple to provide the best iPhone experience for all of our customers.”
Apple has also removed the ‘Free iOS 8’ button from its official site, which was a sign that it was no longer being supported by the developer community.
“The Free iOS 8 button was removed from our official website because we have removed support for the app,” the company said in an email to users.
“Free iOS devices are available to anyone in the world at no cost and we encourage everyone to upgrade to a paid iPhone app.”
Apple’s new free iOS software includes features like facial recognition with ‘n’, and better auto-focus.
Users of Apple’s flagship iPhone are not the only ones that are using the software to help them capture images.
The company recently announced a new iPhone camera feature called Face ID, which can be used to unlock an iPhone or iPad.
“Face ID is now enabled for iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus, iPhone SE, iPhone 8, iPhone X, and iPhone XS devices,” the app said.
“With Face ID enabled, you can unlock your device by scanning the face of your target using your finger and a single tap of the screen.”
The company is also offering a special iPhone app called Face Unlock that lets you unlock an unlocked iPhone, iPad, or Macbook Pro with a single touch.