The latest software update coming out of Apple has everyone on their feet with excitement once again. It was all about the iOS as soon as the WWDC ended and we can understand this hype; the latest iOS is loaded with tons of customization tools. The iOS 8 brings a lot of opportunity for making your experience more customized than you would have thought possible with the Apple software and some reports are suggesting that Apple might just be extending more control over the Control Center which was introduced with the iOS 7.
The Control Centre was able to make users enjoy better functionality such as being able to quickly throw their devices in and out of Airplane Mode, switch Bluetooth off or on, or adjust a number of similar functions at their discretion. However, the Control Centre still has a lot of limitations and the most common and disliked one appears to be the order in which the toggles appear because a user has no control over that.
The share sheets in the iOS 8 are already taking take care of this problem by allowing the users to customize and rearrange items as they wish and now we are hearing that this same control will be given to users for the Control Centre as well. If this is true then the users will be able to tailor which shortcuts and toggles they see in the Control Center. However, there is no mention of when this is going to be made available to the public.
Internal builds of iOS 8 can add/remove and reorder control centre toggles. They're even scrollable pic.twitter.com/1usIAd8X5B— Hamza Sood (@hamzasood) June 5, 2014