"Since they were found in the process of internal construction, there is no way to confirm whether these features will ever be delivered with stable construction."
iOS 14 is expected to debut at Apple's World Developer Conference (WWDC) in 2020 in June, and is expected to make some significant improvements. Now, new details about the future operating system have appeared online, courtesy 9to5Mac. Since these features were found in the internal compilation, there is no way to confirm whether they will ever be delivered with stable build.
IOS 14 will get a new view of the home screen list, which will apparently allow you to easily find and filter through applications. Although this is a major renewal of the grid list, it is not clear where the screen will appear. Apple is said to be working on a new AR app that will allow you to use your phone's camera to point to real-world objects and get more on-screen information. For example, it can surface prices and product features at an Apple store. The Cupertino giant is working with Starbucks for the feature film.
Furthermore, third-party applications will be able to integrate wallpapers into the background section of System Settings. HomeKit to get the opportunity to change the color temperature of the lights throughout the day to suit the day. It will bring a new accessibility feature to allow phones to identify sounds such as alarms, bells and the like for users with hearing disabilities. IOS 14 also says it brings cursor support to the entire system. The indicator will automatically disappear after a few seconds of being idle and will include more indicators depending on what is placed over it.
Moving on to the hardware side of things, the Apple Watch will be able to detect blood oxygen levels in the future, as found in iOS 14 code snippets. Apple Watch detects low blood oxygen saturation below a certain threshold, a notification will be pushed to warn the user similar to the current user heart rate notifications. It is unclear whether the feature would require specific hardware or can be extracted at previous watches by updating watchOS 7.
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