The most awaited update version for iPhone has finally released. Apple has launched the primary version of the public beta of iOS 14 and iPadOS 14 for iPhone and iPad. Unlike the previous versions of the beta, everyone can now download these betas without a developer account. The tech giant has also announced that it will hereafter be releasing betas every few weeks, and this will help fix many bugs as possible and help gather data from a large group of users.
The new version of Betas follows the developer cycle. The company has strictly warned not to install this new version on the primary iPhone or iPad, as few app features cannot be accessed using this version. It may also result in loss of data on iCloud. This new version can either be downloaded from Safari or directly from the iOS device or through AirDrop.
The biggest ever change in the iOS 14 is that the widgets are being introduced on the home screen, a new App Library is introduced, which helps to browse all apps and run App Clips, and it can be run without installing anything. Other Features include a few translate app, cycling directions in Apple Maps in some cities and improvements in notes, reminders, home, and weather.