Apple IOS 14 Everything you need to know


Apple IOS 14 Everything you need to know

App folder, buttons, hideable sites and Device Clips and many more

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It must be something that Apple decided to modify Home Screen with this 14th iOS , well then the choices must be considered worthwhile.

The positive way to talk about the iPhone’s boring home screen is to say that it was simple and reliable. Whatever the odds of an app, you may be able to hit (or swipe up) the home button to safely access it.

For iOS 14 it doesn’t change. When you update finally, all your stuff is in the same place so nothing functions differently. A new section, called the “App Library,” is on the side of you, but you have no choice.

This is a tricky thing to give difficulty as an alternative, but I think Apple has found a good balance. Apple brings complexity on four major ways. All of them are instrument known for old ways of doing it, but they both require another and more complicated theoretical concept of what the usage of an iPhone implies.


Widgets can be put in 3 sizes (like the Windows Phone), can be rotated to clear the other icons and tabs (like those of the Windows Phone).

You can skillfully “stack” them to allow you to scroll across multiple widgets. It’s why Apple happily provides too many different options because there is a strategic change here. Two styles. Four types. Placed widgets in the typical Today view or the home screen. The choice of stacks is the most important “intelligent” and algorithmic layer. All these items became complicated to the ease of the old home screen.

When developers choose to reconstruct on their icons on the home screen, they will reuse their code , so in the next update of macOS the application will be reused. This is because Apple says that the new widgets are updated and therefore eat less battery life. Apps will state the importance of the new knowledge in the time line of app changes and place it at the top of the smart stack.

Craig Federighi named it "Jiggle Mode" (Apple SVP Tech Development)

There is a variety of different approaches to get into jiggle mode. The “Change Home Screen” button is included in the long press on every key, so you may also click for the first time on a black area on the home monitor. This was an Android bug for years. It is a little overthrowing receivers but incredibly helpful.

 It’s one of those things.

“Edit Pages.” When you press on the dock ‘s menu points, you get a fly-out view of all of the sites on the different home screens – like you do on other Android phones too.

Here’s something new technologies create new Apple added: Checkboxes. 

You will press a checkbox to turn off a tab without any deletions. Until you know, you can use it to personally adjust your phone for various contexts, it seems like a strange feature. You might have a Pages set up to function, so you might uncheck and cover all the applications for a weekend account if it was time for the weekend.


It’s very well executed and integrated .

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Ios App clips are like Quick Applications on Smartphones — simpler copies of software that you can use without the tab to install something in the app store. You need to be less than 10 MB so they display their temporary position in your App Library with a thin dotted line across it. 

These simply expire after 30 days if you don’t go and turn them manually into complete applications.

On the top of the already more complex screen / app library division it’s only important to note that App clues add yet another layer of meta-focused complexity. 

Will the customer know what an App Video is or why? Do you know which icons have crossed lines in your Software Library? Will they be confused when the apps go missing?



Widgets are attractive, but the App Store is the most significant change for Apple. 

It’s continues to hold all of Apple’s software. This means that your home screen is divided into two: a series of homepages, and a single page that lists all your apps.

This ensures you can locate your device in two or even three separate places in your home screen: from a icon you placed there, the Software Catalog or even a button.

That would be weird and unusual because you are an iPhone owner. It is old fashion because you’re an Android customer. When it was first released, Android had a separate home display and device drawer.

I hope that this concept will evolve throughout Apple’s betas. Mobile Library is a supremely satisfying place.

Apple classes the devices automatically into categories which may often be irrelevant or unchanged. Any subtle signs are enough that clicking on wide icons would immediately activate an item when pressing the small ones would access the folder.

The ‘x’ icons are fewer buttons and a rather simple dialog box shows as you press what occurs next.

First of all, I’m just glad that when files were introduced on an iPhone, I can actually get rid of the “Apple Junk” folder sitting on my last home screen.


All this might change in advance of iOS 14. Apple might change the App Store, jiggle mode can be used in a different way, controls in many more sizes can be made.

Yeah, Aside from pulling all in from the top right, you should actually place an icon at the base of a home screen. That’s all joking, that’s nonsense! (Applause.)

The overall observation is more important than any of the preliminary impressions: Apple is finally getting complicated by the iPhone home screen. The complicated new UIs and metaphors Apple places in the home screen are completely optional. I use precise wording here: “letting.”


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