Apple’s first-ever “virtual, online-only” Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) 2020 conference start at 10:30 PM IST on June 22 and The event will go on until June 26. Apple unveiled iOS 14 with updated Siri experience, homescreen widgets, App Library
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“iOS 14 transforms the most iconic elements of the iPhone experience, starting with the biggest update we’ve ever made to the Home Screen,” said Craig Federighi, Apple’s senior vice president of Software Engineering. “With beautifully redesigned widgets on the Home Screen, the App Library that automatically organises all of your apps, and App Clips that are fast and easy to discover, iPhone becomes even more powerful and easier to use.”
WWDC 2020: iOS 14 operating system update
Apple unveiled its iOS 14 operating system update. With the update, the company has added multiple new features like add an all-new App Library that will make organising apps simpler, with this new iOS 14 App Library apps are automatically organised and one doesn’t have to keep icons on the home screen, new widgets, smart stack, picture-in-picture mode and more.
iOS 14 key feature
Apple adds new features to iOS including App Library, improvements to the widget, picture-in-picture, and Siri experience re-designed. iOS tiles can now be larger too on the home screen. iOS 14 also brings updates to Memojis (20 new styles added with more inclusive and diverse with additional hairstyles, headwear, face coverings, and more.), messages.
One of the biggest changes coming with iOS 14 is Messages, with which Apple is set to take on WhatsApp. Users can pin conversations to the top of their messages list.