Four reasons why you may want to wait on iOS 8


The latest version of Apple’s mobile operating system, iOS 8, is rolling out to iPhone and iPad users today. iOS 8 brings a lot of great new features, including third-party keyboards, interactive notifications, and eventually, deep integration with OS X Yosemite, but as with any operating system update, along with new features come a few new bugs.

Here are some you should be aware of when you update your iPhone or iPad:

1. iCloud Drive won’t be fully functional until the next version of OS X comes out

One of the coolest new features in iOS 8 is called iCloud Drive, which promises cross-platform cloud storage across multiple devices, much like Dropbox. There’s one problem: It’s not working yet. iCloud Drive is incompatible with OS X Mavericks, and won’t really be fully functional until OS X Yosemite is released later this year. Developers of apps such as 

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