iOS 14

Apple previewed iOS 14 during its online Worldwide Developers Conference in late June.
A beta version of iOS 14 will be provided to developers for testing following the conference, enabling them to ready their apps for the full launch later in 2020. Apple's public beta testing group, which anyone can join for free, will then get to test the software next.
When the developer and public beta testing has wrapped up this autumn, iOS 14 will officially release alongside the next crop of iPhones.

Here's a list of iOS 14-compatible iPhones:iPhone 6s & 6s Plus

iPhone SE (2016)
iPhone 7 & 7 Plus
iPhone 8 & 8 Plus
iPhone X
iPhone XR
iPhone XS & XS Max
iPhone 11
iPhone 11 Pro & 11 Pro Max
iPhone SE (2020) obviously the iPhone 12, 12 Max, 12 Pro and 12 Pro Max will all come with iOS 14 preinstalled.
Features of iOS14

It will start with Enhanced Siri,  Maps, New Translate apps ,default third party apps
Picture-in-Picture support.

The new iOS 14 software will bring Picture-in-Picture support to iPhone, allowing users to watch a video or take a FaceTime call while using another app.
New Fitness app
The Activity app is getting a redesign for iOS 14, as well as a new name - Fitness. Rings, Workouts and Trends will all be displayed on one page, offering easier access to the information, and there will be more compatibility for new workouts added too, including Dance.
Health app
The Health app will offer new features in iOS 14, including sections for managing sleep and a new Health Checklist, which is a centralised place to manage health and safety features like Emergency SOS, Medical ID, ECG and Fall Detection, among others. Support will also be added for new data types for mobility, Health Records, symptoms, and ECG.
Home app
The Home app will get new automation suggestions and expanded controls in Control Center with iOS 14, as well as new features like Adaptive Lighting for compatible lights and on-device Face Recognition for compatible cameras. Adaptive Lighting will see smart lights automatically adjust colour temperature throughout the day, while on-device face recognition will identify friends and family using information it already has.
The Weather app and widget will get next-hour precipitation charts in iOS 14, presenting minute-by-minute precipitation when rain is in the forecast.
Those with a pair of Apple's wireless earbuds will see them gain the ability to seamlessly switch between Apple devices with automatic device switching in iOS 14.
Find My
The Find My app will add support for finding third-party products and accessories in iOS 14, with the new Find My network accessory program. It means users will be able to use the Find My app to locate other items as well as Apple devices and any contacts they share locations with.
Accessibility features in iOS 14 include Headphone Accommodations, which will amplify soft sounds and tunes audio to help music, movies, phone calls, and podcasts sound crisper and clearer. There is also sign language detection in Group FaceTime coming in iOS 14, which makes the person signing more prominent in a video call.
Additionally, VoiceOver - a screen reader for the blind community - will automatically recognise what is displayed visually onscreen.

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