We tell you everything we know about the future iOS 14 that Apple will present during one of its most anticipated events of the year, the June WWDC.
A few days before the curtain opens WWDC of the June 22, 2020We are going to name everything we know about it. All info about iOS 14 that we know today.
Obviously everything we are going to tell you is based on rumors. Nothing is official, but given the origin of the same and the repercussion that they have had in the specialized media in ManzanaIt seems that they are not misdirected.
This will be iOS 14, supposedly:
What’s new on the Home Screen:
iOS 14 It will include a new home screen page that allows users to see all of their app icons in a list view. The list view will include different sorting options to show only apps with unread notifications, recently opened apps and smart suggestions from Siri based on your daily use.
This particular feature could be similar to the current view of the application list of Apple Watch, but with advanced sorting options available.
Manzana also working on home screen widgets. Instead of widgets anchored, as in iPadOS 13, the new ones will be able to move, like any application icon. However, this feature appears to be at a very early stage of implementation and it is possible that Manzana discard it before public release.
Changes in wallpapers:
iOS 14 It will feature a new wallpaper settings panel, which will include the default wallpapers separated by collections, such as “Earth & Moon” and “Flowers”. This will enhance the experience as it will not display them all together and the user will be able to scroll through each collection to find a specific wallpaper more easily.
Developers should be able to provide collections of wallpapers and integrate them directly into the settings of iOS, thanks to a new wallpapers API available for third-party apps.
Users will also have the option to define a smart dynamic wallpaper that will only be used on the home screen. These dynamic wallpapers include a spot color, gradients, and a dark version based on the current wallpaper.
It will be possible to set a custom wallpaper in CarPlay, for the first time.
With iOS 14, users will be able to receive alerts if the iPhone Detects sounds like fire alarms, sirens, buzzers, and more. The system will translate these alerts into haptics for people with hearing loss.
The camera will detect hand gestures to reproduce some specific tasks throughout the system, and the code also points to a new accessibility feature of “Audio adaptations” than «Can improve audio tuning through AirPods or EarPods for people with mild to moderate hearing loss».
Immersive Augmented Reality:
Manzana is developing a new app internally, called Gobi, which will allow users to obtain more information about what they see around them through augmented reality.
More HomeKit controls:
The system will have Night Shift to Light, which will allow to change the temperature of the light, of the compatible lamps, during the day automatically, like the function IPhone and iPad Night Shift.
Apple is also expected to expand its HomeKit Secure Video system, which will be able to identify specific people on the camera, such as family members, to receive personalized notifications.
It has been in development since iOS 13.4, but the feature is expected to be introduced with iOS 14. CarKey allows users to unlock, lock and start a car using a iPhone or Manzana Watch.
The internal files of iOS 14 also reveal that BMW may be the first automaker to admit the CarKey Apple later this year.
Apple Maps improvements:
With iOS 14, users can verify the availability of the services of Genius Bar in each Apple Store directly from Apple Maps.
ICloud Advanced Keychain:
Users will receive a warning about reused passwords, so they can avoid using it for security reasons.
There will be a new method to save two-factor authentication passwords, so users will be able to login to compatible sites using only iCloud keychain, no SMS, email or other less secure methods.
This new API would allow developers to provide interactive and dynamic content from their applications, even if users have not installed them.
The API of clips is directly related to the QR code reader, so users can scan a code linked to an application and then interact with it directly from a card that will appear on the screen.
A traductor in Safari. This feature should automatically be activated for web pages in different languages, and Neural Engine will process translations locally.
The translation option is also being tested with other applications, such as App Store. In this case, iOS would translate app descriptions and user reviews if they were written in another language.
More Apple Pencil tools:
iPadOS 14 could include full support for input Apple pencil on websites, making it compatible not only for scrolling and touching, but also for drawing and marking, with all its capabilities, in Safari and other browsers.
What’s new in the «Search» app:
With iOS 14, the app is expected Search get a great update. Manzana Plan custom alerts, AR mode, and more.
The application will include a new option to receive an alert when someone does not arrive at a specific location at a scheduled time of day. The new alert options will also include a notification when a contact leaves a location before a set time, which can be useful for monitoring children.
The app will also work with augmented reality, and users will be able to visually locate a friend or a lost device using augmented reality for more precise instructions from nearby locations.
Recovery of the operating system:
Manzana you are testing a new feature called “Operating System Recovery” which will allow users to restore a device iOS wirelessly as well as connecting it via USB to another iPhone or iPad, similar to how the Migration Tool works Manzana.
These are the iPhone and iPad that should be compatible with iOS 14:
iPhone compatible with iOS 14:
- iPhone 6s and 6s Plus
- SE (1st generation)
- 7 and 7 Plus
- 8 and 8 Plus
- XS and XS Max
- 11 Pro and 11 Pro Max
- SE (2nd generation)
- iPod touch (7th generation)
iPad compatible with iPadOS 14:
- iPad (5th generation)
- (6th generation)
- (7th generation)
- iPad mini (5th generation)
- iPad Air (3rd generation)
- 12.9-inch pro
- 11 inch pro
- 10.5 inch pro
- 9.7-inch pro
We hope you found this summary interesting and that everything we discussed becomes a reality on June 22. Furthermore, we hope that Tim Cook surprise us with some «One more thing…».
News source: 9to5mac.com