Apple released iOS 13 and iPadOS last month and is constantly releasing updates to fix bugs and add lagging features. Although iOS 14 is being introduced at WWDC 2020, it has not stopped people from developing concepts for the future update and its features.
This new video concept by YouTuber the Hacker 34 has been compiled very well and looks like the way Apple creates iOS videos today. The concept offers a number of features, including new icons, a new, smaller call user interface, keyboard GIF integration, shared iPhone view, user account switching and complications.
Connected to the screen lock with continuous display, the ability to change the default applications and the placement of the app icon anywhere on the home screen.
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Some of these features are at the top of our iOS features wish list. The ability to change default apps would be amazing, and it’s high time that Apple included them in iOS 14.
Users can uninstall standard apps, but all system shortcuts (for example, emails) always point to integrated applications. Instead of allowing users to select alternative apps, iOS simply generates an error.
Other features like GIF integration seem to be interesting. Although the iOS keyboard already supports GIF files, the video assumes that the iOS 14 keyboard has a GIF search button in the area below the keyboard of the OLED iPhone.
Apple already keeps the emoji symbol. So why not add one? I have not accidentally pressed the emoji symbol, so I probably would not do it, even though there are more symbols.
The user interface of the telephone conversation should really be smaller under iOS 14. IPhone and iPad are now game consoles thanks to Apple Arcade and games like Fortnite and Call of Duty, but just a phone call that disturbs your game. Phone calls, whether FaceTime or mobile phone, take up the entire screen of the IOS and users hate it.
Problems with locked screens may occur when Apple switches to LPTO OLED screens, as it did with the Apple Watch 5 Series. These screens may remain on without affecting battery life. that the RAM is in danger.
I can not imagine Apple implementing a shared view of the iPhone as applications will look horrible. The user account change must be on iPadOS before iOS is reached.
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