On Tuesday (15), Apple announced that it will publicly launch systems iOS 14, iPadOS 14, watchOS 14, and tvOS 14 tomorrow (16).
iOS 14 represents one of the most significant updates for iPhone users since the new version of the system will bring features that, for years, have been awaited by apple’s mobile phone owners, and that instantly refer to features that have always been standard in the Android world, such as an app drawer, which set them apart from the system’s home screen, and widgets.
There is also a privacy feature that seems to have been delayed: the company had disclosed that it would allow users to disable data tracking within apps, which would directly impact ad platforms on social networking apps such as Facebook.
Now, Apple must give developers a deadline to adapt to the feature, which is expected to be extended until next year.
Top news from iOS 14
In addition to the widgets on the home screen and the App Library, iOS 14 will have dozens of important new features. Let’s look at some of them:
- New compact interface for incoming calls and Siri execution;
- Maps now have bike routes;
- Possibility to configure third-party applications as standard for e-mail and internet browser;
- Emoji search;
- Application for totally new translation;
- New privacy features;
- Approximate location sharing.
iOS 14 will be compatible with Apple phones from iPhone 6s (and later). The update will be released gradually: just wait for the notification on your device and allow installation.
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