As expected, Apple just unveiled iOS 8 at its annual developer's event. The next major software update for iPhones and iPads will be released later this year, most likely in conjunction with Apple's next iPhone.
The upgrade isn't as big of an aesthetic shift as we saw last year with the introduction of iOS 7, but Apple has added some significant new features and tweaks.
Here's a quick look at the new features in iOS 8.
Apple has added a new fitness app called Health. Like most fitness apps, it can measure burned calories and sleeping habits. Health works with third-party apps too, so you can choose to sync data with your Nike Fuelband.
It works in conjunction with a HealthKit companion tool for physicians. For example, doctors will be able to HealthKit to compare a patient's blood pressure against the daily readings picked up by the Health app. Apple is working with the Mayo Clinic on HealthKit.
Apple has made some new tweaks to its Mail app on iPhone and iPad. You can now mark messages as read to keep them at the top of your inbox with a single gesture.
You can also access the contacts you communicate with the most frequently by double tapping the home button.
In iOS 8 you'll be able to swipe a message you're currently working on to slide it to the bottom of the Mail app. This makes it easier to see the rest of your inbox as you type.
The new QuickType feature lets you access other keyboards more quickly and conveniently in iOS 8.
Apple made some significant improvements to the Spotlight Search feature in iOS. With iOS 8, you'll be able to view results from the App Store, Wikipedia, directions, and movie times among other types of search results.