It may only be for obvious reasons that WWDC 2020 is online this year, but Apple plans to announce its iOS 14 release date and upgrade expected in June, with a full rundown in September. A few recent leaks say that the latest program is allowing more home show customizations.
Many of them become evident, such as support for 5 G, if Apple wants to release a 5 G iPhone that integrates with the next-generation telecommunications networks. When an Apple flip is available somewhere, well, iOS 14 is still supported by applications.
Several readers have pointed out in 9to5Mac’s early iOS 14 files that Apple is at least playing with the concept of Home Widgets – not only a side panel as in iPadOS but also completely new-positioned widgets.
Android phone has been offering widgets for years and Apple has recently been seen to be able to step away from the static rows and button columns on iPhones and iPads in recent ios updates.
Other apps for iOS 14 require a highly optimistic dive to find out whether Apple might develop the iPhone operating system constantly.
iOS 14 Release Date And Beta Schedule
Given the major iOS upgrades last year, we are thinking that the iOS 14 will commence at the end of September 2020, on September 19th one day prior to this year’s latest iPhone series. That’s just right for the iPhone 12 update, which is the first phone to get the new iOS.
Unless Apple continues to pursue years, it is possible that the iOS 14 will launch the first developer preview at the annual WWDC meeting – WWDC 2020 is expected to be held in early May – the same day. The first public beta arrives later in the month, thereby having new betas after the developer versions.
iOS 14 Compatibility
We will definitely know which iPhones will not be updated when the first iOS 14 Betas were released by Apple. Right now, we assume that the iPhone 7 is the cut-off point and the main question is whether iPhone SE is upgraded to iOS 14?
All the hubbub of iPhone SE 2 launch in March 2020 lead us to believe that they won’t, but a rumored story suggests that Apple wants to keep iPhone 6S and SE help or later. Over the next few months, of course, Apple can still change the mind.
Apple AR Glasses
According to a Bloomberg report, Apple plans to introduce AR glasses alongside a 5 G iPhone in 2020. It would act primarily as an iPod extension to view text messages and map addresses, but over time, it can become a separate counterpart to the iPhone itself to run its own AR glasses shop proprietary software.
iOS 14 New Home Screen Widgets
Users of iOS and iPadOS support widgets will attach widgets to the home screens in iOS 14, but based on early code snippets. Nonetheless, the sources suggest that the function can still be disabled at the moment.
Additional leaks suggest that more wallpaper features will also be coming to iOS 14, so you can add dynamic, flat and gradient features. We also got a sneak peek of what would look like some of the latest wallpapers for iOS 14.
New App Switcher
This one displays four cards per screen with a smaller picture of each rather than the new transition that fans add like a card deck. In fact, (in the leak but not in the video) it is implied that users should select between these two formats.
Yet with a sprinkle of salt, we’d take all this. The Leak may not be real and even though it is it would be visible in the finished version due to the existence of a bug of an internal build.