by Brent Dirks
June 2, 2014
In Apple’s just announced iOS 8, the Photos app has been vastly improved. First up, all images are synced across all of your iOS devices. And with the improved search function, users can find images with certain criteria, for example all photos taken more than a year ago. And the smart editing feature automatically changes the light and color to provide the best option when tweaking photos. All edits are beamed to iCloud and then synced across devices. Apple’s Craig Federighi also showed off similar technology for Mac OS X 10.10 Yosemite. The revamped Photos Mac app will arrive sometime next year. Apple also announced some iCloud Photo pricing. The first 5GB are free while users can purchase 20GB of storage for $0.99 per month. For a lot of images, 200GB of cloud storage can be purchased for $3.99 per month.