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These are the first leaked screenshots of iOS 8

iOS 8 Screenshots

We have been hearing plenty about Apple’s upcoming iOS 8 software this week, and the hits keep on coming. Thursday morning brought news of iCloud enhancements and new Preview and TextEdit apps, and the news closely followed the revelation that Apple’s Maps app and iTunes Radio service are going to see some big changes as well. Now, screenshots showing iOS 8 running on an iPhone have leaked for the first time.

The leaked iOS 8 screenshots were posted on Chinese microblogging service Webio by a user named “360浏览器超速版,” and they were first reported on by 9to5Mac.

9to5Mac has a great track record when covering unannounced Apple plans, and it is the source of all of the iOS 8 leaks from earlier this week. According to the site, these iOS 8 screenshots are legitimate and have been confirmed to be authentic by several of the site’s sources.

The leaked iOS 8 screenshots, which shot the new icons for Apple’s upcoming new Healthbook, Preview, TextEdit and Tips apps, follow below.

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