The public betas for iOS 14 and iPadOS 14 are rolling out today, and they bring a laundry list of new features, including the biggest changes to the iOS home screen that we’ve seen in years. This will be the first opportunity for anyone who’s not enrolled in Apple’s developer program to try out the new operating systems, which we expect to see in their final form at the end of this summer. The usual caveats about beta releases apply: it’s very possible you’ll experience bugs or glitches that Apple is still in the process of ironing out, so if that’s going to be a huge hiccup for you, make sure your device is backed up (or just wait for the final release). What you’ll probably notice first is that Apple has redesigned the iOS home screen: you can now add and customize various “widgets” in addition to apps, and there’s a new “App Library” view that automatically organizes your programs into groups and lists — it’s a similar concept to Android’s app drawer. Siri has gotten a makeover for both systems; it has a new icon that will pop up at the bottom of the iOS interface (rather than… Read full this story
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