IOS 14 release date

  • IOS 14 release date

IOS 14 release date

Apple said it would give developers until next year to adjust to the changes. In a nutshell, if your smartphone is now running iOS 13, you'll be able to use iOS 14.

App sorting: A new App Library will sort apps into various categories automatically.

You'll be able to watch shows on the likes of Netflix and Apple TV+ while you do other things on your iPhone, thanks to the handy picture-in-picture mode.

PiP videos: iPhone users will finally get picture-in-picture functionality, allowing them to do multiple tasks while watching a video or doing a video call.

Quick-loading apps: App Clips is a new feature Apple is introducing with the iOS 14. There are new Memoji options and group chats can be assigned icons with photos, emoji, or Memoji. Cycling directions are coming to Maps, which'll have improved location-finding features too. Third-party browser and mail apps can be set as default for the first time, and Apple added new AirPods capabilities.

There are tons more features in iOS 14 and iPadOS 14, so make sure to check out our iOS 14 roundup and our iPadOS 14 roundup for a full list of everything new.

Native translation: iOS 14 will also bring a new translate feature.

iOS 14 and iPadOS 14 are available to registered developers and public beta testers at this time, with Apple planning to release the new software tomorrow. The US technology firm made the big announcement during its recent September keynote event, which also saw the arrival of a new Apple Watch Series 6, low-priced Apple Watch SE, and completely-redesigned iPad Air. When you update your current iPhone, you'll have access to a boatload of new features, such as home screen widgets and a different way to organize your apps in the form of the App Library.