Apple today released the first public beta of iOS 14. If you did not install the first beta of the OS because you did not have a developer account, you can now do easily by joining Apple’s public beta program. After that, you will be easily able to install the iOS 14 public beta on your iPhone.
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At its online-only WWDC event, Apple officially unveiled iOS 14 for the iPhone. The update is full of attention-grabbing features as well as small and hidden tweaks. Among them, the ability to add widgets to the iPhone’s home screen is probably one of my favorite additions. Since the introduction of the original iPhone, the default home screen never received a major makeover. This is finally changing with iOS 14 as it allows one to add widgets to their iPhone’s home screen.
Installed iOS 14 beta 1 on your iPhone and now looking to downgrade back to iOS 13.6 because some of the apps you use on a daily basis are not working? Apple might not provide a guide on how to downgrade your iPhone back to iOS 13 but worry not as we have you covered. In this article, we provide step-by-step instructions on how to downgrade from iOS 14 beta to iOS 13.6 on your iPhone.
Apple did not release a beta profile for the iOS 13 beta last year. This time around though, the company has made the beta profile as well as the IPSW available for download to developers. This means you can get the iOS 14 beta 1 OTA update on your iPhone as well. Even better, you don’t really need to be a developer for this. You just need to get your hands on the beta profile.
WWDC 2020 was the most important Apple developer event we’ve experienced in the past few years, and the company unveiled watchOS 7 for Apple Watches during the event. The first developer beta of watchOS 7 has been released along with developer beta versions of the new versions of Apple’s other platforms. You can follow this simple, step-by-step guide to install watchOS 7 developer beta release on your compatible Apple Watch.
Apple today released the first beta of iOS 14 for all compatible iPhones. While the beta is only intended for developers in its current state, you can always install it on your iPhone by following this guide.
Apple will not be holding a physical in-person WWDC 2020 event this time around due to the ongoing pandemic. However, that was not exactly stopped the company from holding WWDC altogether. In fact, it will be hosting the biggest WWDC yet completely online. If you are looking to watch WWDC 2020 to catch Apple unveil iOS 14, iPadOS 14, watchOS 7, and more, follow this guide to know how you can do so.
iPhone has a neat privacy trick. iOS apps don’t ask for all the permissions at once, instead, they only ask for the required permissions when needed. When you launch an app for the first time, it asks for the relevant permissions to function properly. Among the allowed permissions, it’s always advisable to check which apps have your camera and microphone permissions. After all, you won’t want some shady app taking advantage of camera and microphone permission in the background.
You must have old prints of your childhood photos stored somewhere in your home. Physical photos have served their purpose and now it’s time to convert them into digital photos for this era. The good thing is that you can convert your old print photos to digital photos using your iPhone for free.