All new features in iOS 14
After installing the iOS 13 version on over a billion devices, the Apple operating system (iOS) has become a good and mature system, but that doesn’t mean there’s no room for improvement, Apple at (WWDC 2020) gives a sneak peek at all the new features and tweaks that Think about the new iOS 14.
Apple’s primary focus in iOS 14 is to improve its performance and reliability, while expanding a number of features added in previous releases.
Small upgrades range from: a new way to search for apps on the home screen to adding tools and improvements to messages and tracking sleep better, at the same time, Apple is focusing on a fitness app that can be synced to all of its devices, as well as a new augmented reality app, and some big podcast updates And much more.
A more organized home screen:
To help give you faster access to everything you do, Apple is reorganizing the home screen in iOS 14, where you will be able to move and group apps in new ways using the App Libary app, which automatically organizes all your apps into a number of groups and big lists, and if there are some apps that You don’t want people to see it, you can now hide it from appearing on the home screen, using a feature very similar to the app drawer available on Android devices.
Apple has also updated the way incoming calls and (FaceTime) sessions look, by putting interactions in a smaller new view. So you can talk and do some better things.
Based on the experience (Apple Watch), Apple now offers a much wider range of (widget) controls to iOS 14, where you will be able to add items to the home screen and customize their size, allowing you to place something like a weather widget next to the most used app, and there will be Also a gallery of widget controls, and thanks to a new feature called (Smart Stack), you can place multiple items on top of each other, and swipe over them like a set of cards.
Apple also added In-Image support for iOS 14 so you can watch videos and even resize them while you perform multiple tasks.
New features in messages:
In addition to a host of new memoji options, including customizing the new face mask, Apple adds built-in responses to messages, allowing you to respond directly to a specific comment. To make sure that people know exactly who is responding, you can now reply directly to someone using the at sign (@). Groups are also improved, so you have a better idea of who is in a particular chat group, and who recently spoke, as for chat groups, Apple will now let you install them in the new iOS 14.
Siri gets improved translations:
To help improve the built-in digital assistant (Siri) in iOS 14, Apple is giving it a new new look from this large and colorful icon that appears when connected. In addition, (Siri) now supports sending voice messages, and (translation support) has been improved. (Siri) The translations will work completely offline.
Redesigned Maps app:
In addition to getting more information and detailed coverage for people outside of the U.S., Apple is also updating the Maps app in new ways, including biking updates and shipping information (EV), a full range of new semantics covering hot shopping stations, and the best restaurants In a specific area.
You will also be able to customize the semantics of words and add preferences to your existing suggestion list, and when adding new places by Apple, this information will be automatically updated in your custom guide as well.
New sections for applications:
To help speed things up like paying for a parking spot, Apple offers (App Clips), a way to access small snippets from an app, without having to download and install an entire app from the App Store. The application clips can be accessed either through the application library or by contacting them using the codes (QR) or (NFC).