Leaked iPad 2020 case photo could reveal new camera placement

Joanna Estrada
February 27, 2020

But according to a report in Bloomberg that could change with iOS 14, when Apple is said to be considering allowing users to pick their default apps, just like has always been possible with Android.

Just one week after Apple announced it would revise its revenue guidance last week as a result of the coronavirus, credible sources are suggesting the tech giant could be releasing the next iPhone as soon as next month.

We'll probably get a better idea of what to expect by June at Apple's annual Worldwide Developers Conference. An iPhone 11 Pro was used to capture the video, using features such as ultra wide angle and 4K recording. Selecting the Grid Switcher option will switch to the new Multitasking UI.

iPhones also try their damnedest to open Apple Maps instead of Google Maps at every venture, which would hopefully also be changed in iOS 14. The apps are displayed moderately briefly within the multitasking view and may also be briefly rejected. So there might be that more apps can fit on the screen.

The screen layout, comprising four apps, is similar to the iPad that we have seen earlier.

IPhones running iOS 14 will borrow the multitasking layout now used by iPads, according to a reliable leaker. Apps can be easily closed with a flick, which seems to occur a bit quicker than in the current multitasking system. The clear-all apps option is still missing. The multitasking experience on the iPhone is notably inferior to that of iPadOS and Android devices so it is possible that we can see Apple improve it dramatically this year with iOS 14. This implies that you'll use Gmail and Chrome, for instance, as usual electronic mail and browser apps as a substitute of Mail and Safari. Apart from the launch, the new budget iPhone is said to be powered by the A13 Bionic SoC of last year's iPhone 11 series. Stay up to the moment with 91mobiles for extra updates in this matter!

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