During today’s WWDC 2020 keynote, Apple has unveiled iOS 14.
New Features for Siri, Messages, and More
Some of the major changes in the latest version of iOS focus on the home screen and how you interact with apps.
With the App Library, iOS will automatically organize apps into different categories into one view. You can also see all of your apps in a list view.
You can also add widgets to your home screen and Today View that are different sizes and levels of information.
Siri is also changing. Instead of a full-screen view, it will be a small icon on the bottom of the screen. There is also a new translate app.
In Messages, there is a new inline reply option and a number of new group messaging features.
The App Clip feature is a new way to interact with apps. They are small versions of apps to use in a specific situation and allow you to discover new apps.
Other additions include a picture-in-picture mode on the iPhone, improvements to Maps, and a new digital car key system.