Yesterday, Apple unveiled the newest version of its most popular operating system. And now that iOS 14 is available as a developer beta, even more details are finding their way to the surface.
Apple’s WWDC presentation for 2020 brought with it the unveiling of iOS and iPadOS 14, the premier operating systems for the company’s iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad platforms. While these updates will unquestionably incorporate countless new improvements by way of new features and user-friendly interfaces, it’s worth noting that the jailbreak community provided access to many of those features before Apple.
In this piece, we’ll discuss at least fourteen new features from Apple’s upcoming iOS and iPadOS 14 software updates that jailbreakers have enjoyed access to for what feels like forever thanks to the boundless possibilities presented by jailbreak tweaks.
Following yesterday's pre-recorded WWDC 2020 keynote speech, Apple pushed to its official YouTube channel a replay video of the even for those who prefer to relive the keynote on their own time. In addition, the iPhone maker published one of its nicely done event recap videos which compresses highlights of the most important announcements in less than two minutes.
Today at WWDC 2020, all new upgrades were announced for macOS, including the ability to download and install iOS and iPadOS apps on upcoming machines featuring ARM SoC architecture. Other macOS improvements include a new translucent based UI element and features that bring iPadOS and macOS even closer together. With each new upgrade we see incredible, new wallpapers.
The following macOS Big Sur wallpapers are sized not only for desktop, but also iPad and iPhone. Find ten new wallpapers ready for your devices, big and small.
The App Store's review guidelines have been a point of contention for a long time. And while Apple has made changes over the years, aiming to make the whole experience better (as a whole) for (most) developers, there are still issues. This summer will add a couple of changes for devs that might help.
On stage at WWDC 2020, Apple senior Vice President of Software Engineering Craig Federighi announced updates to iOS 14. The new software will bring advancements to the handheld device, including Home screen widgets for the very first time. As with all new versions, iOS 14 wallpapers for iPhone and iPad are included in the release. We have the six different versions ready for download today, without needing to install the developer beta to your device.
Apple announced a number of new features for its various software platforms today, but this one kind of flew under-the-radar. During its presentation on HomeKit, the company displayed a slide that seemed to indicate the HomePod will soon be receiving support for third-party music services.
Today Apple hosted its special event keynote and offered an early look at the new software it's bringing to the table later this year, which includes updates for watchOS and the Apple Watch.
The Mac is transitioning to Apple's own silicon, CEO Tim Cook announced at the WWDC 2020.
Apple has filed for dozens upon dozens of California-themed trademark applications for macOS names over the years, some of which like Yosemite, Sierra and Mojave were indeed used for major macOS releases. And today at the WWDC 2020 keynote, software engineering chief Craig Federighi announced that the official code-name for macOS 10.16 is "Big Sur".
I'm not sure if I missed it, but it seems Apple glossed over a fairly important iPadOS 14 feature during its WWDC keynote. On the slide (seen above) mentioning new features for the next version of iPadOS, we spotted an interesting tab labeled 'Set default email and browser apps.'