Apple is looking to improve the home screen experience in iOS 14 by allowing users to view all their installed applications in a list view. The next version of iOS will also come with major wallpaper changes and improved accessibility.
iOS 14: The Complete Guide for iPhone Users
iOS 14 Leak: List View in Home Screen, Third-Party Wallpaper Integration, Accessibility Improvements, More
Apple is working on a new Gobi AR app that it will bundle in iOS 14. The new app will use AR and provide users with more information about the world around them. This AR experience will also lay the groundwork for Apple’s AR headset.
iOS 14 Will Come with New Fitness App Offering Guided Workout Videos, Improved OCR Capabilities for Apple Pencil
Apple is working on a new fitness app for iPhones, Apple Watch, and Apple TV that will let users download guided fitness-related videos so that they can do the workouts without having to go to the gym. Codenamed “Seymour,” the app could be named Fit or Fitness when it is released with iOS 14 later this year.
Apple will be rolling out rich system-wide support for mouse cursors in iOS 14. The code snippets also point to Apple working on two Smart Keyboard models for the iPad Pro.
We know that Apple has been working on its own high-end headphones to offer alongside the AirPods and the AirPods Pro, and we’ve seen various hints at the upcoming device. Now, we have a first look at what the headphones might look like.
A new video and leaked photos show the multitasking changes that Apple will be bringing to its iPhone lineup with iOS 14. The leaked images and videos show that Apple plans on bringing the iPadOS 13 multitasking style to iOS 14 and iPhones.
Apple is reportedly mulling offering iPhone and iPad users the option to set third-party mail and browsers app as default on their device. The company has never allowed users to replace any system app with a third-party app by setting it as a system-wide default.
A new rumor claims that iOS 14 will support the same set of devices as iOS 13. However, iPadOS will drop support for some older iPads.
Following the buggy mess of a release that iOS 13 was, Apple’s software chief Craig Federighi has decided to change the approach to software development internally. The decision was taken at a recent internal “kickoff” meeting.