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.
iOS 14: The Complete Guide for iPhone Users
Apple officially unveiled iOS 14 and iPadOS 14 last month during WWDC 2020. Moments later, it released the first developer beta version of iOS 14 and iPadOS 14 along with macOS Big Sur, tvOS 14, and watchOS 7. Today, the company has released the second developer beta builds of iOS 14 and iPadOS 14, and they’re available to download on compatible iPhones and iPads.
Code found in iOS 14 beta 2 points to Apple working on bringing QR code support for payments using Apple Pay. This will allow Apple Pay users to simply scan a QR code to trigger a transaction.
Apple today released the second beta of iOS 14 and iPadOS 14 for developers and advanced users who had installed the original beta on their iPhone or iPad. The second beta of iOS 4 and iPadOS 14 comes with some minor tweaks and improvements along with a number of bug fixes. Here’s everything that Apple has changed or introduced in iOS 14 beta 2 below.
With the introduction of iOS 14 and iPadOS 14, Apple didn’t leave Safari lagging behind the competition. In fact, the Cupertino-based tech giant took the browser a notch higher with a host of privacy-oriented additions, performance enhancements, and added functionalities. It’s a truly exciting upgrade that makes Safari significantly better than ever before — just don’t expect any changes to the aesthetics though. That said, let’s check out all the new features that made their way to Safari this year.
Last month, Apple announced iOS 14 during the online-only WWDC 2020 developer conference. The latest version of iOS 14 brings some welcome additions such as App Library, widgets support on the Home screen, new Call UI, and many more hidden tweaks. Looking at all the new iOS 14 features, I can’t help but notice some features copied from other apps and services offered by third-party apps on the App Store. Apple adding such features in the default OS is a big deal. The practice ultimately kills some of the third-party apps as most users end up sticking with what iOS has to offer out of the box.
Unlike last year, the first beta of iOS 14 has been relatively stable which has led to a lot of people installing it on their iPhone. The improved Home screen experience, App Library, and all the other new features in iOS 14 have tempted a lot of iPhone users to jump the gun on the first developer beta of the OS.