It has been a week since developers have been testing the latest iOS beta. In this fourth version of iOs 8.3, the Twitter sharing integration appeared to be missing.
In contrast to the previous version of the Apple developers have actually made only minor changes, but with significant implications: The Twitter integration flew here unceremoniously out of the mobile operating system. In the fourth beta of iOS 8.3 can now be found no more Twitter logo when sharing content. Safari and the Photos app must also do without Twitter integration. In addition, any third-party apps are concerned with native sharing option for Twitter conversion.
The fact is that this is not an error, but rather a new interface that Apple intends to introduce in iOS 8. The previous method probably no longer meets the requirements of the social networks and services, the shared media as well as the operating system.
Now the company from Cupertino puts on a new integration that must be adapted by Twitter. The short message service has apparently slept through it. Fortunately, there are still concerns with iOS 8.3 is a beta that should change even more to the public until the final version. The developers of the Tweet portal, still have a little time to adjust their service to the new interface so that Twitter is tied directly into iOS. Otherwise, messages could be written only on their own apps.