iOS 14 is here, and it will change the way you use your iPhone. Now that’s a bold statement to make. Well, at least that’s how I want to describe iOS 14, the latest version of the iPhone mobile operating system.
Although iOS 14 isn’t coming before September, I got a taste of the next version of Apple’s mobile operating system through the public beta, which is already rolling out to the general public. The public beta isn’t a final version of iOS 14, but it does give access to all the new features that will be part of the latest update. If you have a spare iPhone, I would encourage you to install the public beta; it seems stable enough for now. But keep in mind that iOS 14 is still in beta, and it comes with bugs. If you still want to proceed, here’s how to download iOS 14.
For the past day, I have been using iOS 14, and it’s no small update. For years, the iPhone’s user interface looks basically the same, and honestly, I started getting bored. This time, though, it’s a lot different. With iOS 14, the home screen is going to be very different alongside the all-new App Library, better widgets, a new Siri interface, app library, and much more. In many ways, iOS 14 feels like a breath of fresh air.