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?
iOS 14: The Complete Guide for iPhone Users
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.
On the surface, iOS 14 might not look like a massive update that iOS 13 was. However, there a number of new features in iOS 14 that make it an important update, and once you start using it, you will realize the usability improvements they bring to the table. I installed the iOS 14 beta on my iPhone XR to look at how some of the new changes touted by Apple. Here are my first impressions of iOS 14.
Apple introduced not only new features and performance improvements with iOS 14, but also improved the privacy and security aspects of the operating system. A few weeks ago, a security issue was discovered in iOS 13 as it allowed apps and widgets to read clipboard data without notifying the user. Now, Apple seems to have fixed it with iOS 14.
At an online-only WWDC event, Apple officially took wraps from the latest iOS 14 operating system. The next iteration of iOS is full of welcome additions such as App Library, redesigned home screen with widgets, Apple Maps enhancements, Privacy controls, and more. We have already covered every possible new feature in a separate post. In this post, we are going to talk about major hidden elements in the iOS 14. These improvements may not seem like a big deal on a first glance but on a whole, they make a strong case a seamless iOS 14 experience.
Apple released the first developer beta of iOS 14 and iPadOS 14 for registered developers after its opening WDWC 2020 keynote ended. Since this is the first developer beta of iOS 14 and iPadOS 14, it is bound to be buggy. There are plenty of bugs and stability issues in the iOS 14 developer beta and if you are thinking of installing it on your iPhone/iPad, you should be aware of such bugs.
Apple yesterday announced iOS 14 and right after the keynote ended, the company was quick to release the first developer beta of the OS as well. iOS 14 does not bring any radical new changes, though it does overhaul the entire home screen experience in a big way. While we have already covered all the new iOS 14 features, but in this article, we will look at some of the best features of iOS 14.