Several screenshots published today on one account Weibo, could come from an alpha version of the future mobile operating system ofApple, iOS 8. One of the images reveals several new applications: HealthBook, which has been agitating rumors for a few weeks, as well as Overview (Preview) and TextEdit, both already existing on Mac OS X.
Earlier today, 9to5Mac said these apps will not be mobile versions of their Mac counterparts, but will be intended to help users see their Preview and TextEdit files stored in iCloud. The icons appear far from complete, since they are exactly the same as those of the Mac for Preview and TextEdit.
Throughout the week, 9to5Mac, generally knowledgeable, revealed a lot of information about iOS 8. The most interesting of them arrived on Tuesday, when the site reported that Apple would greatly improve the Maps application to add in particular transport.
Regarding the captures, 9to5Mac claims that they are authentic according to its own sources. Of course, there are still many months left before the release of iOS 8 and many changes can be made to the firmware. Finally, regarding the Tips application, no information has been released. It could be reserved for Apple employees.