Apple released first public iOS 14 and iPadOS beta: Everything to know

Apple announced its first public beta iOS 14 and iPadOS at the WWDC 2020 in the last month at 21 June. Apple has starting rolling out the second public beta for iOS and iPad OS on running any iPhone’s and iPad 13 version would be compatible with the latest system betas.

The main feature of the iOS 14 is start with App library on iOS 14 that has re-design of the UI of the iPhone with iOS 14. The iOS 14 is strong believes in privacy focused, multitasking apps of the same design will be displayed under a single screen in folders. The new updated version of Apple Maps and Safari browser include Picture-in-Picture ( PIP ) support now.

The mail changes in iPad OS 14 is added toolbar and sidebar for apps. Apple Pencil gets new features. There is the ARKit 4 support. The compatible design for FaceTime and Siri has been released as well. The first public beta updates , you will have to enrol in Apple Beta Software Program, You can use your private Apple ID to download.

Early Beta versions have some bugs and crash, we will advise you to download on your secondary iPhone only. If you have new iPhone model, make sure please back your data and wait for the stable roll out in coming 2-3 months. The software update will be download in the Setting > General > Software Update and download the update.