Among other complaints surrounding the new iPhone 6’s and that first iOS 8.0.1 update, it seems like a lot of people were upset because the “camera roll” was removed from the photos app. As many of you already know, the camera roll was where you could go to see every picture you’d taken with your iPhone. With the new operating system, camera roll was replaced with “recently added”. Users had to take an extra step if they wanted to see all their photos – it wasn’t hard, but it was extra – and anything extra does have the tendency to upset the balance. But, haters of “recently added” may have reason enough to soon rejoice. If the beta version of iOS 8.1 has anything to say about it, camera roll will be back as an option in the photos app.

I for one saw no problem with the change, but thankfully I don’t speak for everyone. While we know it’s included in the beta release, we don’t know for sure right now if it’ll function the same as before, or it Apple simply changed the name to relieve some of the tension. And honestly, we don’t know if it’ll be in the final release of the OS or not. We’ll all just have to wait and see.

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SOURCE: Gizmodo