There are a number of technical details that Brent can
clarify, but the bottom line is that UITextView on iOS 7 had a
number of significant technical problems. iOS 8 brings fixes for
most of them, which allowed us to work around the rest fairly
reliably. If you find any lingering problems, please let us know.
Also, while not technically a feature, we did use 2.004 as an
opportunity to provide support for the iPhone 6 and the iPhone 6
Plus. When you get your new phone, Vesper should look great.
First thing I did with my iPhone 6 review units was install Vesper, and I can testify that it looks good. For marketing purposes, Apple is (rightly) focused on what’s new in iOS 8. But under the hood, Apple fixed a lot of bugs and tweaked a slew of details. The TextKit improvements are near and dear to my heart because of Vesper, but there are improvements like that all over iOS 8.