Apple has been criticized by a group of European digital advertising associations for the changes it has made in iOS 14 which will make it harder for advertisers to show personalized ads to users and track them across websites and apps. The changes in iOS 14 require apps to show a pop-up and explicitly get their permission to track them across apps and websites. The association is backed by sixteen marketing companies including Facebook, Google, and more.
iOS 14: The Complete Guide for iPhone Users
Rumors about Apple’s CarKey feature was doing rounds way before it was announced at the WWDC. As we saw in Keynote, BMW is the first car manufacturer to support Car Key. Now BMW has added support for the Car Key feature via the BMW Connected app.
When Apple announced iOS 14 at WWDC 2020 last month, it did not talk about any battery improvements. However, it is quite common for older iPhones to notice a decline in battery life after upgrading to a newer version of iOS. So, is it the same case with iOS 14 as well?
Apple released the first beta of iOS 14 and iPadOS 14 to the developers right after the opening keynote of WWDC 2020 ended. While the first beta of iOS 14 and iPadOS 14 are relatively stable, many users are waiting for Apple to release the second beta to try out the OS. Then, there’s also the chance that Apple will fix some of the major bugs in the first beta of iOS 14 in the second release.
Apple has further solidified its pro-privacy stance with the introduction of some new features in iOS 14 and iPadOS 14. Multiple updates across the board now put apps under increased scrutiny, web browsing is more secure, and a number of improvements to existing features allow for a much private experience on the iPhone and iPad. Let’s take a deep dive and look at the best privacy and security features that you get with iOS 14 and iPadOS 14.
With iOS 14, Apple has not only greatly improved the home screen experience on the iPhone but also made some meaningful improvements to CarPlay. If you heavily use CarPlay while driving, you are going to appreciate the new changes that iOS 14 will bring to it. Below are all the changes and improvements that iOS 14 will add to CarPlay.
Apple announced iOS 14 earlier this week at the opening keynote of WWDC 2020. The upcoming release of the OS packs a number of usability improvements and also brings about a much-needed home screen revamp. What are your thoughts on iOS 14 and which is the feature that you are looking forward to the most?
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.
Apple announced that iOS 14 and macOS Big Sur will support encrypted DNS communication at a developer conference. Unencrypted DNS communication takes place using plain text and anyone in your WiFi network or even ISP can snoop on your web traffic. In other words, anyone between your device and resolver will be able to intercept DNS queries in Normal DNS.
A relatively minor but important change that Apple has introduced in iOS 14 is that users are alerted whenever an application reads clipboard data. This change has revealed that a number of iOS apps are constantly scrapping clipboard data including TikTok.