WWDC 2020 may only be online this year for obvious reasons, but we continue to expect Apple to release its iOS 14 update on schedule in June and to fully launch it in September. A few new leaks indicate that additional adjustments to the home screen are on the way with the new software.
Some research into 9to5Mac's early iOS 14 code has shown that Apple is at least experimenting with the idea of home screen widgets – not just a page area like iPadOS, but full-fledged widgets that can be repositioned as needed.
Android phones have been offering widgets for years, and in recent software updates, Apple has shown a willingness to move away from the uniform rows and columns of icons on iPhones and iPads.
9to5Mac says the function is still being tested and may be scrapped. So don't have too high hopes yet. Additional augmented reality functions and a new app switch are also recommended for iOS 1
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The images not only show some new background image designs for iOS 14, this time divided into separate categories for easier browsing, but also more options for using background images.
You can set background images as dynamic or as flat or as a gradient according to the screenshots. You can also shrink background images when your phone is in dark mode, which you can already do in iOS 13.
Apple has not announced exact dates for WWDC 2020 or how the online format will work, but the event usually takes place in early June. In addition to news about iOS 14, we should also learn about software updates for all other Apple products.