Apple has released iOS 14, and here is everything you need to know about the latest software update.
iOS 13 was just shy of being a game-changer for Apple mobile devices, but will iOS 14 take the cake?
At the Apple WWDC conference, held on the 22nd of June 2020, Apple revealed its new and exciting software for both Mac computers, the Apple Watch, and a whole new operating system for Apple's mobile devices, called iOS 14.
The biggest noticeable difference that you can expect from iOS 14 is the integration and customisation of widgets, which Apple iPhones biggest competitor, Andriod, has been doing for some time already. iOS 14 has also taken a whole new approach to the apps screen layout, which now allows a user to categorise applications and file them all under one screen if the user wishes to do so. Furthermore, users can now also integrate widgets into their home screen as well as having their most-used apps all in one place which cuts out the need to swipe constantly from page to page to access your most frequent applications.
Take a look at the video below by YouTube channel, Marques Brownlee, on iOS Hand-On: Everything New!