iOS 13 was released not so long ago and it does seem a tad extreme that the speculations for iOS 14 have already begun. iOS 13 had a lot of stuff and it was a well-received update. The update brought many long-awaited features for Apple devices. Apple has not said a word about iOS 14 and it’s pretty obvious why they haven’t. But, the speculations never stop.
One thing that the fans desperately want is the support for 5G if Apple decides to make an5G iPhone that will work with the next-gen phone networks. It is obvious that Apple is gonna work on its operating system as well. They wouldn’t want to stop improving the UI.
When is iOS 14 update?
iOS 14 will release in September 2020, likely in the third week of the month. Apple has a habit of launching its new iOS updates during the September month of the year. This would make a good match as it would be launched right at the time when Apple will announce its new iPhone.
Like all the previous years, we can expect iOS 14 to be unveiled at Apple’s annual WWDC conference. WWDC 2020 will probably be in early May. With the new iOS, there will be some phones that won’t make it and they will be left out. The most recent example would be that of iOS 13 as it stranded some old Apple devices. It will be interesting to see what devices will be able to support iOS 14 when it comes out.
The inclusion of 5G support in iOS 14 is the easiest thing to guess. It is known that a 4G phone can’t be upgraded to a 5G phone as it requires a specific modem and processors. Apple is also planning to release AR glasses sometime in 2020. So, it is very likely that iOS 14 will be optimized to help it out.
Update April 2020
Different iOS 14 highlights take a tad of theoretical jumps to envision which changes Apple may make in its constant enhancements for its iPhone working framework. The most recent gossip recommends that iOS 14 will have an overhauled application switcher and Home screen gadgets. Additionally, we’ve likewise heard that iOS 14 might be perfect with each iPhone that can at present run iOS 13 – at the end of the day, the iPhone 6S or iPhone SE and more up to date. After iOS 13’s grieved dispatch, Apple fans have exclusive standards for the following update. In spite of offering new highlights, for example, Dark Mode and an upgraded Photos application, iOS 13 has had a terrible run of bugs, seeing numerous littler point refreshes the tech giant Apple is all set to work and improve forthcoming updates.
iOS 14 is required to break that pattern, with the acquaintance of new inner measures with banner and squash bugs before open discharge. In any case, I don’t get that’s meaning for the discharge plan? Given a year ago’s large iOS refreshes came out on September 19, one day before the current year’s new iPhone line, we’re speculating that iOS 14 will dispatch in late September 2020. That will be without a moment to spare for the dispatch of the iPhone 12, which will be the principal telephones to get the following iOS.
Accepting Apple follows the same pattern, it will probably uncover iOS 14 at its yearly WWDC gathering – WWDC 2020 will probably be toward the beginning of May – and open the underlying engineer beta that day. The main open beta will follow later in the month, and will likewise get new betas after the engineer variants.