Apple said its latest IOS 14 software will be released on September 16, ahead of the company's next-generation iPhone.We saw the first glimpse of IOS 14 at Apple's global Developers Conference earlier this year, including home screen widgets and reply mechanisms in messaging applications.
The IOS 14 also comes with new mapping features, including the addition of cycling as a transportation option and providing routes for electric car owners so that they can find charging points along the way.
IOS 14 also comes with a built-in translator, improved and redesigned Siri, and better security and privacy features in safari.
butAppleA promised privacy feature will be delayed. Earlier, apple said it would allowiPhoneThe user chose to quit in app tracking, but now when IOS 14 is released, the function will not be executed immediately. This is because advertising giants, including Facebook, lobbied against the proposal, causing a stir. Apple said it would give developers time to adapt to the changes by next year.
IOS 14 will support iPhone 6S and later models, and will be distributed as OTA free download. Users who receive updates in advance are expected to refresh their settings page.