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Apple’s iOS 14 version will focus on stable performance

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Apple is preparing to announce a series of new software versions at the 2020 World Developers Conference (WWDC) on June 22. Bloomberg reported today that the star of the developer conference will be a historic shift from Intel to ARM-based processors. In Apple’s Mac personal computer series, there will also be news on mobile software.

We expect the next iOS 14, iPad OS 14, watchOS 7, tvOS 14, and macOS 10.16 versions will be unveiled at the online-only WWDC event, but Bloomberg said the focus will not be solely on augmented reality or new features such as augmented reality.

Third-party applications can be accessed, but performance can be improved. Given what happened in iOS 13, we don’t blame Apple.

IOS 14

If you remember, Apple even released iOS 13.1 beta to developers before pushing retail to our iPhones and iPads, and two months after its release, we have reached an unprecedented iOS 13.3 betas.

This is not to make each of us better, but because the development of iOS 13 is still done by Apple’s old software development rules.

According to previous software testing procedures, all new and untested features are folded into a large daily version and have different degrees of readiness, resulting in many occurrences since the first Alpha release to the final retail version error.

The iPhone or iPad owner began to realize painfully. The iOS 13 version brought crashed apps, including stock apps such as mail or messaging, signal drop failures, etc. Therefore, Apple must use Beta to compress them after Beta.

According to Bloomberg insiders, “Every day’s build is like a recipe with a lot of chefs adding ingredients”, “Testers will spend a few days without a livable build, so they’re working and not working. Will know nothing.” Ouch.

However, for the development of iOS 14 code-named “Azul”, Apple’s head of software development, Craig Federighi, requested that all errors and unfinished features be turned off by default in daily builds, and then testers can choose to simplify the process and ensure that Everyone is on the same page.

Industry insiders told Apple that Apple is so focused on the quality of the new software features it releases that it is considering deferring some of the features it intends to ship with iOS 14 to next year for the “Azul + 1” project, It may eventually become iOS 15 in 2021.

List of expected Apple iOS 14 features and supported devices

As a result, what was originally considered to be one of the most feature-rich software upgrades in Apple’s history has been narrowed to the aforementioned “changes in augmented reality features, deeper integration” with the help of external applications And services, and improved Apple Watch fitness features,” Bloomberg said.

IOS 14 in 2020

This is a larger list of new features that we can expect from Apple iOS 14 because it is of course not just a performance-oriented version:

  1. Homescreen customization with widgets and smart dynamic wallpapers
  2. Change default apps and partial installation with ‘Clips’
  3. AR Maps
  4. Offline Siri
  5. PiP for videos
  6. Fitness app
  7. iMessage retraction and a typing indicator
  8. Find My application with AR mode and location triggers
  9. Blood oxygen levels for Apple Watch

As for the list of supported iOS 14 devices, the latest rumors coincide exactly with the rumors that supported iOS 13 at the time of release, which means that even the lowest-priced iPhone 6s will get new products:

  1. iPhone SE (2020)
  2. iPhone 11
  3. iPhone 11 Pro
  4. iPhone 11 Pro Max
  5. iPhone XS
  6. iPhone XS Max
  7. iPhone XR
  8. iPhone X
  9. iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus
  10. iPhone 7 and 7 Plus
  11. iPhone SE (2016)
  12. iPhone 6s and 6s Plus
  13. iPod touch (7th-generation)

We expect the next iOS 14, iPad OS 14, watchOS 7, tvOS 14, and macOS 10.16 versions will be unveiled at the online-only WWDC event, but Bloomberg said the focus will not be solely on augmented reality or new features such as augmented reality.

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