Apple has yet to unveil the new iOS 14 but rumors are swirling around that it has plenty of features for tech enthusiasts to get excited about. The tech giant is set to unveil iOS 14 at the annual Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) in a few days.

In recent months, Apple rumor sites have released leaks about the upcoming iOS, with claims that they have gotten their hands on the early test versions of the operating system. While Apple has yet to confirm the details of the iOS 14, early reports suggest that it is going to feature significant updates.

According to reports, Apple’s next big software will introduce updates to the home screen as it brings a list view option that will allow users to organize their apps as a list instead of the current grid view. The iOS will also reportedly introduce changes in the default apps, allowing users to choose third-party apps like Spotify, Google Maps or Waze over Apple’s own pre-installed apps like Apple Music and Apple Maps.

Another significant update in the iOS 14 is the introduction of new features in Safari. The iOS 14 will allow users to translate text on their screens by allowing Safari to get translation powers similar to those found on Google Chrome. With the new software, iPhone users can toggle between languages at the click of a button even if they are not connected to Wi-Fi.

Early reports also suggest that the iOS 14 will introduce a new workout app that helps users get through different exercise routines, including running, cycling, rowing, strength training, dance, yoga and other activities. While reports claim the app will be free, some reports claim that Apple may charge a subscription for the service. This new app will reportedly be available not only on iPhones but on the Apple Watch and Apple TV as well.

One of the most talked about features of the iOS 14 is the new augmented reality app that will reportedly allow users to get more information about a physical product at a store without having to search for it online. It remains unknown how this AR app works, but it’s already creating a lot of buzz in the online tech community.

When it comes to compatibility, all rumors point out that the iOS 14 will be compatible with all devices running iOS 13, which means it won’t exclude older models of the iPhone and iPad.

Apple is set to introduce iOS 14 at WWDC 2020 on June 22.

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