Apple iOS 14
iOS 14 brings great additions like a translation app, picture-in-picture video and the freedom to change default apps. And while you might notice at first, iOS 14 features some of the biggest changes to iPhone’s software in a long time.
Intelligent widgets and Siri suggestions can intuit the apps and features you need before you unlock your phone. Together, they can make your iPhone home screen look like it’s ready for this decade, finally casting off the staid app grid of the past.
- Messages catches up to its rivals
- Widgets remake your home screen experience
- Choose your own default web browser and email client
- Siri is making smart and useful changes to the iOS experience
- App Library organization is a little inflexible
- Occasionally buggy widgets will often stop refreshing
- Too easy to miss new features
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- 80AVERAGE CRITIC SCORE1 ReviewsThe Verge80IPHONE REVOLUTION, IPAD EVOLUTIONUnlike iOS 13, which shipped in a buggy state, these latest updates are mostly stable and dependable for everyday use. The release came sooner than expected — without a new iPhone to showcase these new features on — but perhaps that’s for the best. More than most updates before it, iOS 14 shows how Apple’s software can breathe new life into the hardware you already own.