Yesterday Apple Play releases seventh iOS 14 beta, And it comes bundled with some of the notable updates. Check out our short hands-on video with us as we explore the new iOS 14 Beta 7 changes and features.
What’s new in iOS 14 Beta 7?
- Updated Application Library Categories
- New wallpapers
Although obviously the new iOS 14 Beta 7 doesn’t have a ton of changes and features, the few changes that have been made are. First and foremost, the application library has much-needed improvements. More specifically, the self organiz-organized app categories have been updated with more relevant folders such as productivity and finance, travel and shopping and food. These new categories should go a long way towards making it easier to find the apps you’re looking for in the app library.
The App Library is a major change in the way iOS works, and the biggest change in the way apps are configured on the iPhone since the App Store debuted. My hope is that Apple will continue to expand the Pall App Library to make it more user friendly.
Video: iOS 14 Beta 7 changes and features
Another standout feature in iOS 14 Beta 7 is the addition of six new wallpapers from its classic logo featuring Apple’s iconic six-color theme. These new wallpapers have light and dark versions in each of the six colors of the logo.
The interesting thing about these new wallpapers is that the darker versions are all the same and easily change the color for a dark background. The true difference between the dark and light versions would have been 12 new wrappers instead of just six. My suggestion is to blacken the color of the wrappers instead of going with all the black backgrounds.
As we get closer and closer to the iOS 14 GM release, expect to continue to use new changes and features. What do you think of these two new enhancements in iOS 14 Beta 7? Sound in the comments below with your thoughts.
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