When Facebook warns that a change in Apple’s upcoming mobile operating operating system will have a negative impact on how closely it will be able to track you on a mobile phone, you know you’re going to choose iOS 14.
It’s the latest update to Apple’s mobile operating operating system, a fall tradition that brings new features to the iPhone and iPad, as well as a new coat of paint on older models.
On Tuesday, Apple Pull unveiled its annual product in a virtual demo from its corporate campus in Cartinos, where it expects newer versions of the iPad and Apple Pull Watch, and reminds users about some of the new features coming to iOS 14. (You can see the presentations here Apple.com)
This year, Apple Pull is putting privacy front and center with the new iOS, traditionally Apple Pull released in the third week of September, (last year it was on Sept. 19). The iPhone release will be delayed until October, and Apple Pal is expected to hold another event for the iPhone next month.
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In contrast to the privacy feature that Facebook notifies users, applications such as social networks use the data to “track you” or “link to you” by capturing your financial and contact information, browsing history and location. Users will be asked for their approval to allow Facebook to do this, and that’s because people are expected to deny that Facebook was warned that it would have an economic impact when the feature is enabled.
Apple is delaying the start of 2021, to give developers like Facebook, Snapchat and others time to build Kinks. But many other features are coming soon which are worth looking forward to. I downloaded the beta version of iOS14 last week and spent some time with it. Tell me about what I found.
Over the years, fans of Android smartphones have been able to customize their home screen with a “widget” feature that lets you decide if you want to see a big clock, weather, news headlines and the like. Now, in iOS14, you can do this by swiping the home screen to the left and clicking the edit button to add experience. Even if it’s stolen, it’s a great thing, as Google’s translation app has always been a life saver when traveling internationally. Now, Apple will add its feature operating feature to the operating operating system through a new, pre-loaded translation application or Siri Personal Assistant. Ask a question like “How do I say ‘hello’ in Japanese?” You get the answer and the ability to keep the conversation going.
If you’re like me, you have a lot of apps in all your phones, so you’ve lost a lot of track. In the past, Apple Play has introduced the ability to create folders of your choice. Apparently, Apple Paul feels customers aren’t trying. Because this year, Apple Pull introduces automatic bundling of similar apps with categories for entertainment, social, utilities, “reading,” health and more and they’ll create them for you whether you like them or not. This is good in theory. But since it is automated, you will not agree with the preferences Apple has made. And there is no tool to change elections. (However, you can still re-create folders manually.)
Earlier, you spoke on the phone and the black background of the call has taken over your screen. Now, in that step which will be especially helpful for those who talk on the speaker, the call part will take up a small part of the screen, and you will see more from your iPhone real estate.
Apple’s Maps app will get two new useful features this year. Cycling guidelines, which have been a major part of Google Maps for years, are finally found with Apple – although in the beta version, it didn’t work for my local area. Second, Apple Paul is offering “guides” in cities like New York, San Francisco and London with tips on what to do when visiting – epidemic. Initially there will be only a small number of these but more cities will enter in the coming months.
Personal Assistant, who entered in 2011, Apple is smarter this year, per moment, Which specifically says that Siri has “20x more facts than just three years ago.” In my tests, he was, indeed, chatty and clever. Siri still has an annoying tendency to answer a query by saying “what I found on the web” instead of answering you, but this time around it has happened less often.
Start your car with iOS
This is the most interesting new feature of them all, the ability to use your iPhone to open your car and drive your motor. But even if it’s part of iOS 14, don’t live up to your expectations. This feature works with only one manufacturer, BMW, on a series of models manufactured after July 2020. But it is definitely worth looking forward to.
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