Apple has added a slew of new privacy features for iOS 14. We have now learned that Apple is making it much more difficult for advertisers to track users by altering how IDFA (Identifiers for Advertisers) work.
iOS 14: The Complete Guide for iPhone Users
The addition of widgets in iOS 14 on the iPhone’s home screen is easily one of the biggest highlights of the update. Apple’s implementation is pretty smart as well as Smart Stack will allow users to have multiple widgets on the home screen without wasting too much space. However, there’s one major issue with Apple’s widget implementation in iOS 14.
Right after the opening keynote of WWDC 2020 ended, Apple released the first beta of iOS 14, iPadOS 14, watchOS 7, and macOS Big Sur for developers. These beta builds are meant for developers though and users on the public beta program from the company won’t be getting these updates on their devices. If you are wondering as to when Apple will release the public beta of iOS 14, iPadOS 14, macOS Big Sur, or even watchOS 7, read below.
iOS is known for its privacy focussed features and the latest iOS 14 is no different. Now we have learned about a new iOS 14 feature that flashes an orange light whenever an app is using the iPhone microphone in the background and green light when the camera is being used. This way users are alerted if some app is using a microphone or a camera in the background.
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 was quick to release the first beta of iOS 14 for developers after the opening keynote of WWDC 2020 ended. While the company did not promise any performance improvements with the latest release of iOS, how does iOS 14 compare to iOS 13 in a speed test? Are there any performance regressions, especially on older devices?
Apple announced iOS 14 yesterday during the WWDC 2020 developers conference. The new version of iOS brings dozens of new features, including new home screen layout options, widgets on the home screen, new Siri UI, a smaller call screen, App Clips, improved Messages and Apple Maps apps, and more. While iOS 14 is among the most exciting iOS update we’ve seen in the past few years, we can’t help but notice some features that Apple copied from Android.
Apple announced many new features for its products during its WWDC 2020 online keynote. Even though it showcased plenty of new features, there are dozens of small and nifty features that the company couldn’t display during the event and we’re discovering them slowly. One such feature is optimized charging for the AirPods to improve battery longevity.