Apple’s next generation iOS 14 ios 14 is out now. iOS 14 introduces a new view of the App Catalog to arrange all of the applications. Apps are conveniently arranged in the App Library, and you don’t have to keep all the icons on your real home screen display. IOS 14 gives a new look to the tasks you do most often, making them better than ever before.
Latest updates help you with what you need right now. And the applications you use all the time will get much more smarter, more intimate and more private. There is also a new view of the list as well as tools for grouping programmes depending on use and more. You can now download the iOS 14 update to your compatible iPhone, enabling you to use all the latest features and tricks that you haven’t been able to do on your smartphone before.
New iOS 14 updates include home screen widgets that break up the static tiled-grid-of-app look, long-awaited picture-in-picture so you can stream videos in the screen corner while completing other things, and digital keys to unlock your car with your iPhone. So iOS 14 re-imagines the most emblematic aspects of the journey to be much more useful and intimate. For the first time, iOS 14 adds icons to the iPhone and iPad home screen.
Widgets on the Home Screen
Widgets have been entirely updated to give you more detail at a glance — and now you can add it to your home screen. Choose from various sizes and customize as you wish.
You can also introduce a Powerful Stack of smartly selected widgets based on the applications you use most, and the best widget would pop up automatically at the right time of the day.
App Library is a new tab that resides just to the right of the last home screen. Sets all applications on your smartphone in directories depending on the app type. The aim of this feature is to make it easier for you to find all the applications that are loaded on your iPhone. It goes hand and hand with another recent home screen feature that lets you cover pages of applications that you barely use.
Apple claims that iOS 14 will run on iPhone 6s and later, which is almost the same support as iOS 13. This is the complete list:
iPhone 11 Pro
iPhone 11 Pro Max
iPhone XS Max
iPhone 8 Plus
iPhone 7 Plus
iPhone 6s Plus
iPhone SE (1st generation)
iPhone SE (2nd generation)
iPod touch (7th generation)