When a photo is taken, the source image is saved to the Photos library, so the preview doesn’t match the final picture. In iOS 14, you can change this behavior.
The above change to your mobile is just one of the many features you can get when you download the new operating system.
Which iPhones will run iOS 14?
The iOS 14 is available on the iPhone 6s and later. As announced by Apple, it’s the same list of devices as iOS 13.
The upcoming iPhone 12, 12 Max, 12 Pro and 12 Pro Max will all be preinstalled with iOS 14. But if you are wondering if your current iPhone can have this new operating system, here’s a complete list of iOS 14-compatible iPhones:
- iPhone 6s & 6s Plus
- iPhone SE (2016)
- iPhone 7 & 7 Plus
- iPhone 8 and 8 Plus
- iPhone X and XR
- iPhone XS and XS Max
- iPhone 11
- iPhone 11 Pro and 11 Pro Max
- iPhone SE (2020)
What are the New Features?
Apple releases iOS 14 to developers for testing purposes, tweaking and improving some of the features that are coming in the update. Below are the changes that we found in the second beta.
Calendar icon – There will be a new Calendar app icon in iOS 14 beta 2, showing the day of the week abbreviated rather than spelled out.
Clock icon – The clock icon is slightly tweaked with a bolder font and thicker hour and minute hands.
Shortcuts – Shortcut app is tweaked by removing the option to open .shortcuts files.
Files widget – Files app will have new widgets that can be added to the Today View or the Home Screen.
Congestion Zones – Alerts are now provided in cities with congestion zones that charge tolls, such as London and Paris. There are also alerts for license plate restriction zones in countries that have license plate restrictions.
Weather widget – The Weather widget is fixed, so it no longer shows Cupertino instead of the current location.
Reminders emoji – The emoji design in Reminders lists have been tweaked.
App Library – This is a new and efficient way of organizing your apps. Downloaded apps will be saved here instead directly to the Home Screen.
HomeKit Favorites – The HomeKit Favorites listed in the Control Center now feature larger icons on your iPhone.
Music – The animated cover art in the settings of the Music App will be disabled.
Control Center – This part now displays which apps have recently accessed using the microphone or the camera.
Apple Pay – Apple Pay is now available in Mac catalyst apps.
Messages – Will let you pin a conversation to the top of the screen, adds inline replies and conversational threads to the interface.
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