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Apple WWDC20 iOS 14: Release Date, Features, Everything We Know So Far!

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Apple WWDC20 iOS 14: Release Date of iOS 14

Apple WWDC20 iOS 14: iOS 14 will officially release in the fall of 2020 in September. A previous announcement of an official was that we expect to see iOS 14 in June at WWDC. WWDC 2020 goes under on June 22nd, but now it will be an absolutely roguish instance this year.

By Apple’s public beta testing group, the software will provide to developers by following the unveiling of iOS 14 for testing purposes. iOS 14 will release to the public when beta testing has finished in the fall. Apple sticks to its traditional release schedule for the new one.

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Apple WWDC20 Features of iOS 14

The new iOS 14 has many amazing features. It will expect that the phone has new messages features, fitness app, Apple TV, pencil kit updates, AR app, and all compatibility with devices able to run iOS 13 with its performance improvements. When swiping right, it has home screen widget options of the notification center.

Also, it has a new Slack-like mention system, which will allow the phone users to tag contacts with their names. It is possible to mute the conversation in a busy group chat. iOS 14 will have an Activity app for Kids Mode. It will track movement time instead of a healthier metric. The users have the features to set third-party mail, music apps, and browser of Apple’s own apps as their default instead.

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You can allow apps like Google Chrome and Gmail to set the default apps on the phone. And also allow changing music apps to work with Siri with the HomePod. This phone has an unfair advantage over third-party apps, which are often more prominent in the App Store.

The Health app is also one of the feature in this phone. This app will offer up recommendations for improving sleep. The users can use it as their personalized goal. It puts out calls regularly on iPhone images for Shot and hosting contests, which provide a cash prize to the winners.

iOS 14’s Safari could offer a built-in translation feature without using a third-party app or service, which will let you translate webpages. It will be available for each website with full support for Apple Pencil input on websites. According to leaker Jon Prosser, this phone may develop a full version of Xcode, which runs on iPads and in the Xcode app.

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