Here is what you need to know about Apple’s new iOS 14 update which is to roll out in September 2020
Apple hasn’t yet discussed the changes but has rolled a preview at WWDC(World Wide Developers Conference). Apple’s new iOS 14 software update is expected in September. However, the preview has leaked a bunch of features that would make the users get excited.
One of them is widgets on the home screen, something that would make the iPhone overall more dynamic, while also improving the way we interact with apps in iOS. These details are still to be confirmed by the experts, while these details of iOS 14 concepts published by Hacker 34 on YouTube imagines the whole thing in a way that will never see daylight. All alongside other new features that everybody would love to have on their iPhones but which Apple is very unlikely to ever make happen.
Apple to roll out new widgets!!! that can be seen in the video below, the concept also envisions an updated dock with drag and drop support, split-screen on the iPhone, and even a picture-in-picture mode.
While these all features are already available in Android Smartphones, While the new software update will go live for supported iPhones in the fall, most likely in the second half of September, Apple is expected to share a demo of the operating system at the WWDC in June. A public beta should also be released shortly after the conference. Afterall, still, we need to wait for the features Apple would pour into iOS 14.