A leaked copy of iOS 14 has been doing rounds since last year. Several iOS 14 features have already been leaked as Apple is gearing for iOS 14 launch next month. Now it is learned that iOS 14 will come with a built-in translator for the Safari browser. Furthermore, iOS 14 is also expected to add full Apple Pencil support for websites.
iOS 14: The Complete Guide for iPhone Users
With iOS 14, Apple is going to support the same set of devices as it did with iOS 13. The news comes from The Verifier which got the information from a trusted source in the system development process.
Apple is expected to unveil iOS 14 and iPadOS 14 along with the next major versions of macOS, watchOS, and tvOS during its first all-digital WWDC event on June 22. Developers and users are pretty excited to see what Apple has been cooking over the past year and what it has in store for us. We have our own expectations from iOS 14, and we’ve listed a few features that we expect Apple to implement in the next major version of iOS.
It is a well-known secret that security researchers and hackers already have a copy of iOS 14. The upcoming iOS has been leaked considerably and we already know what to expect. Leaks pertaining to unreleased iOS is not something new and happens almost every year. However this time, researchers and hackers seem to have gotten their hands on iOS 14 as early as December 2019.
It is no secret that Apple is allegedly working on a bunch of new AR features that will debut on iOS 14. As part of the efforts, Apple is developing an AR app that lets users scan QR codes and view the content on the iPhone or an AR headset. Josh Constine from Moving Products has got his hands on the iOS 14 dumps and reveals some of the features from the iOS 14 AR app.
Concept videos/images are a great way of drooling over future products and features. Recently we saw an AR-based Apple Card concept video. Now a new iOS 14 concept video has cropped up and it bakes in everything that is rumored so far about the iOS 14.
XCode is used to develop apps for Apple’s computers, media streaming devices, smartphones, smartwatches, and tablets. However, it could only be used on devices running macOS: Macs and MacBooks. Now, a new leak suggests that Apple could release XCode for iPads and iPhones.
Apple recently acquired the beautiful weather app Dark Sky, and that sparked rumors that the company might integrate the app’s design and intelligence into iOS 14’s stock weather app. Now, a concept has appeared on the internet, which shows how iOS 14’s weather app could look like if Apple draws inspiration from Dark Sky’s design.
Apple will unveil new versions of all its software platforms, including iOS 14, at WWDC 2020 in June. Some of the features that could be a part of iOS 14 have already been leaked, but no one knows how they could end up looking like. This new iOS 14 concept imagines the UI design of the upcoming version of iOS and how some features could look.