It seems to me that Apple has tried to implement some sort of font smoothing in iOS 8.4, and has done so quite poorly! Reminds me of Microsoft's attempt at the same thing in Windows (one of first thing I would do when I got a new PC is turn that junk off). It's noticible all over the OS and on some websites it makes the text look horrendous! It's worse on some websites than others. A really bad example is Anandtech. If you go to the site and select an article then zoom in on the text portion so that it fills out the page, then at first, while the page loads the text is sort of sharp (though still not as sharp as it used to be). Then the moment the page finishes loading, the text becomes fuzzy. Does this on my iPad Air which is running 8.4, but is okay on my mini 2 - which is still on 8.3. Also does this on both Chrome and Safari. Listen Apple, text rendering needs to go back to exactly the way it was on 8.3, and all over the OS please!! ASAP! Or at least give the user the option to turn this junk off. p.s. There also seems to be a problem with selecting text in editable regions. You can no longer select misspelled words (red underlined) by single tapping on them. You also can't place the cursor at the end of an editable text region by single-tapping there, it now requires a long tap to do so.