Apple set to release its new iOS 14 TOMORROW that includes a redesigned home ...

After months of anticipation, Apple is set to release its new iOS 14 Wednesday, September 16.

The announcement was made during the tech giant’s ‘Time Flies’ event, which also unveiled the new Apple Watch Series 6, iPad Air and the 8th Generation iPad.

The software will be available on iPhone 6s and above, giving users access to a redesigned home screen, widget gallery and App clips, along with a new Siri interface.

The firm is also launching its iPadOS 14 that updates Apple Pencil, allowing it to convert handwriting to typed lettering and recognizes Chinese characters in addition to the standard English alphabet.

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After months of anticipation, Apple is set to release its new iOS 14 Wednesday, September 16

After months of anticipation, Apple is set to release its new iOS 14 Wednesday, September 16

Apple announced its 'Time Flies' virtual conference last week, but did not release any details along with it explaining what viewers could expect.

Many speculated that it would be the unveiling of the new iPhone, but were instead presented with the new Apple Watch Series 6 and iPads - and the release of iOS 14.

Apple teased the new iOS14 in June at its World Wide Developers Conference, which included new formats for discovering and organizing apps and the ability to unlock a vehicle with your iPhone.

The updated software is also designed with users with disabilities, as it offers ‘Back Tap’ that lets carry out certain commands and tasks to be carried out just by tapping on the back of the device two or three times.

A redesigned home screen is reintroducing widgets that can be placed alongside apps. For instance, a weather widget will allow users viewing their home screens to check the weather without having to open the app individually

A redesigned home screen is reintroducing widgets that can be placed alongside apps. For instance, a weather widget will allow users viewing their home screens to check the weather without having to open the app individually 

Apple announced its 'Time Flies' virtual conference last week, but did not release any details along with it explaining what viewers could expect. Many speculated that it would be the unveiling of the new iPhone, but were instead presented with the new Apple Watch Series 6 and iPads - and the release of iOS 14

Apple announced its 'Time Flies' virtual conference last week, but did not release any details along with it explaining what viewers could expect. Many speculated that it would be the unveiling of the new iPhone, but were instead presented with the new Apple Watch Series 6 and iPads - and the release of iOS 14

Among the major introductions is an App library that gives users an easier way of accessing their apps without having to scroll through endless pages.

The feature automatically organizes apps based by grouping like apps together - for instance it pulls up Apple Arcade games into one clickable button. 

And it allows users to hide apps on their 'main' home screen to reduce clutter.

A redesigned home screen is reintroducing widgets that can be placed alongside apps. 

For instance, a weather widget will allow users viewing their home screens to check the weather without having to open the app individually.

Users can add or delete widgets in the 'widget gallery' and also use a 'Smart Stack' widget that automatically pull up apps based on the time of day.

Apple also introduced a system-wide picture-in-picture feature to iOS videos.

Among the major introductions is an App library that gives users an easier way of accessing their apps without having to scroll through endless pages

Among the major introductions is an App library that gives users an easier way of accessing their apps without having to scroll through endless pages

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