It's completely redesigned so that it sits on a single screen instead of on two or three swiping panels.
It’s a little weird at first, with a wacky array of buttons and widgets.
Some of them are simple button toggles, others are panels that you can force touch to expand for even more options.
Force touching the flashlight brings up a slider that lets you change its intensity.
Since those earlier betas, not a ton has changed — and let's face it, you're going to upgrade.A lot is new, but not so much that you can't recognize it. That's where Apple has made the most radical changes to the way you open and manage your apps.Apple has introduced an app dock that's available no matter what you're doing with a quick swipe up, so you can get to your most-important apps quicker.Also stated are the steps you need to take to prepare your i Phone or i Pad for a smooth i OS 8 upgrade.Before you get all excited, let’s first check if your device is eligible for an update. As you no longer need to connect your device to i Tunes to update, everything from un-compressing the OS to actually installing it happens on the i Phone.