An update to the iPad skin system is on its way, bringing a whole new set of skins for both devices, from the new iOS 8 skin to the popular Apple TV skin.
The updates are a small one, just two or three skin updates for both the iPad and iPhone, with no significant changes to the OS.
If you want to get your hands on new skin for either device, you’ll have to download the new skin, which is only available for the iPad.
The update also brings support for the new iPad camera app, which will allow users to take selfies and capture video with the camera.
Apple has also said that the iPad will soon be able to support the new FaceTime HD video calling protocol.
The iOS 8 update will come with the default iOS 8.1 skin, but users can install the updated version by installing the third-party “Apple TV Skin Installer” app, available for both iOS and Android.
Once installed, you can then install a skin for any of the three operating systems, including iOS 9.0 and above.
In addition to the new skins, Apple has released an update for the Apple TV.
The update brings support of FaceTime for the TV, as well as new Siri voice commands.
Apple TV owners can install this update to get the latest iOS 8 skins.