Some of the features you can look forward on the iOS 14 include the ability to add widgets to your home screen, an app library that helps you organise your apps into big groups and lists, and App Clip which gives you a small snippet of an app without you needing to download the full app.
Meanwhile, iPad users can look forward to an enhanced app experience, with apps like Facetime, phone calls, Siri, and Search getting redesigned so as to help users stay focused and multitask easier. The new iPadOS 14 will also bring with it the new Scribble function that lets users write in any text field with their Apple Pencil and it’ll have the text they have written converted into typed text.
There are a number of other interesting features to look forward to with iOS 14 and iPadOS 14 and if you are interested in trying them out whilst it’s still in public beta, you can do so by signing up with the Apple Beta Software Programme.
There is no news yet on when the iOS 14 and iPadOS 14 will be officially released to the public.