Apple Introduces iOS 14

iOS 14 reimagines the iPhone experience.

Apple recently previewed iOS 14, which according to the company, introduces the biggest update ever to Home Screen pages with beautifully redesigned widgets and the App Library. iOS 14 introduces a new way to tap into the App Store with App Clips; and brings powerful updates to Messages, and more.
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The new widgets present timely information at a glance. Users can pin it in different sizes on any Home Screen page. You can also create a Smart Stack of widgets, which uses on-device intelligence to surface the right widget based on time, location, and activity.
With iOS 14, you can set Home Screen pages to display widgets that are customized for work, entertainment, or other areas of interest. And, at the end of the Home Screen pages comes the App Library, which allows you to automatically organize all of your apps into one simple, easy-to-navigate view, and intelligently surfaces apps that may be helpful in the moment.
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Not only this, Incoming FaceTime and phone calls as well as Siri interactions take on a completely new compact design. The new design allows users to stay more in the context of what they are doing. The Picture-in-Picture support allows iPhone users to watch a video or make a FaceTime call while using another app.
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The latest release also enables you to pin conversations to the top of your messages list and easily keep up with lively group threads via mentions and inline replies. You can further customize conversations by setting a group photo using an image or emoji. And, new Memoji options in Messages brings additional hairstyles, headwear, face coverings, and more.
You can now upgrade existing accounts to Sign in with Apple, as well as choose to share your approximate location with app developers rather than your precise location when granting an app location access. According to Apple, iOS 14 brings even more transparency into an app’s use of the microphone and camera.