Every year Apple launches a major iOS update that runs on all new iPhones. All new iPhones receive new features, interface tweaks and patches for security bugs.
In 2020, Apple announced iOS 14 for iPhone and iPods that will be released in the fall of 2020. However, Apple launched a developer beta of iOS 14 to give developers a test of the new software before release. iOS 14 introduced a new way to discover and use app clip to customise the home screen, and stay connected in Messages
The new operating system gave us an insight into what features we expect to see in the coming new iPhone.
Let’s have a quick look at the changes that come with the iOS 14 update.
In iOS 14, Apple has significantly improved the widgets. They now come in different sizes, and they look more attractive. The new widgets finally bring the iPhone to the level of customisation Android has had for years. Apple says it observed the way widget worked on Apple Watch and wanted to transfer that functionality to iPhones.
Moving the widget is as simple as drag and drop. You just need to open the widgets draw and select a widget, then drag it to where you want it to sit on the home screen. Also, there’s a new widget known as the “Smart Stack.” It intelligently stacks multiple widgets together base on Siri’s suggestion, location, time, and the apps you use frequently. With the help of Smart Stack, you can combine as many widgets as you like, then swipe through them easily from the home screen.
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