IOS 14 Redesigned: these iPhones will get Apple’s operating system

iOS 14 – Hands-on with Redesigned Homescreen, Widgets & New Call UI!

IOS 14 brings picture-in-picture support for video lovers that allows you to access apps on your iPhone while watching a video or talking on a FaceTime call.

Apple has introduced iOS 14 as its latest mobile operating system. The new iOS version comes with changes to the interface as well as the company has added several new features to the latest version. IOS 14 includes an app library and redesigned widgets. Picture-in-picture (PiP) support has also updated so that you can watch videos through a small screen above any other apps. The new Apple operating system has come with an advanced Siri that no longer has a full-screen interface and can bring widgets to any of your screens. IOS 14 comes with a Translate app, which will be a competitor to Google Translation Key and will feature side-by-side translation in two languages.

Which iPhone will get new iOS 14 

The iOS 14 update will be available for download on all iPhone models that work on iOS 13. That means the new iOS version will work on all iPhones from iPhone 6s to iPhone SE (2020). In detail, iOS 14 operating version iPhone SE (2020), iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max, iPhone XR, iPhone X, iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus, iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus, iPhone 6s, iPhone 6s Plus and iPhone SE Will work on

Important features of iOS 14

The most significant change in iOS 14 is the App Library View, which automatically groups multiple apps on a single screen. There is a “jiggle mode” that allows you to hide individual pages from your home screen and move them to the App Library view. Apple has also introduced a smart stack feature that displays a wide variety of widgets throughout the day.

IOS 14 brings picture-in-picture support for video lovers that allows you to access apps on your iPhone while watching a video or talking on a FaceTime call. This feature works like a long-lived PiP on Android devices and looks similar to it.

The latest iOS 14 transforms Siri into a new experience that appears at the bottom of your display. Earlier, Siri’s voice assistant captured the entire screen of your device.

Another essential feature is the new Translate feature. After a long wait, Apple has introduced a Translate app that works like Google Translate and gives users the option to translate between different languages. The app initially supports 11 languages ​​, including English.

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iOS 14 – Hands-on with Redesigned Homescreen, Widgets & New Call UI!

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