iOS 14: Release date, beta, features, and everything else we know so far

Telegraph 15 Jun 2020 01:10

Few companies garner as much attention and excitement ahead of a product launch as Apple.

Next week, the iPhone-maker is set to unveil its next generation mobile operating system, iOS 14, at its annual developer's conference.

The company has often drawn the ire of Android loyalists for its rigidity when it comes to customisation, but the latest update could offer users more choice around how their devices look and work.

Rumoured features include a list-view home screen, which would give the option of doing away with the famous grid layout, widgets among apps, and the ability to replace Safari as the default browser.

Below is everything you need to know about the upcoming launch.

When will iOS 14 be released?

Apple typically reserves its software updates for its Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC), which for the first time ever will be held virtually this year from Monday 22nd June to Friday 26th of June.

In what will be the 31st WWDC, Apple is expected to show off the future version of iOS, as well as updates to iPadOS, MacOS, and WatchOS. It’s also tipped to unveil a new revamped iMac.

Continue reading original article...


You may also like