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  1. The Best Apps to Create Custom Widgets on iPhone iOS 14 opened up a host of new customization options for iPhone users. For starters, you can change the default email and browser app on the iPhone, and even better, users have an option to place widgets on the home screen. While most popular apps have added support for widgets since the release of iOS 14, you can create custom widgets as per your liking for your iPhone’s home screen. Using a widget-maker app, you can create a widget to display the information you want. You also have full control over how the
  2. iOS 14 is Now Installed on 86% of iPhones Apple released iOS 14 to the general public around six months ago, and the adoption rate has skyrocketed since. The company today has updated its iOS 14 adoption numbers today, and the numbers are reaching the sky. According to the numbers updated on Apple’s App Store Developer website, iOS 14 is now installed on 80% of all the iPhones sold till date, and 86% of the iPhones sold in the last four years. On the other hand, iPadOS 14 is now installed on 70% of all active iPads and on 84% of iPads introduced in the last
  3. iPhone users are reporting severe battery drain while running iOS 14.2 Many different models affected (Image credit: Future) A month ago Apple pushed out iOS 14.2 across handsets from the iPhone 12 to the iPhone 6S, but the upgrade may not have gone as smoothly as everyone would have liked – plenty of users are now reporting battery drain problems with the updated software. As noted by MacRumors, posts on a Reddit thread and the Apple developer forum are detailing issues with big battery drops on iPhones running 14.2. Pl
  4. Starting early next year, iOS 14 will require apps to get opt-in permission from users to collect their random advertising identifier, which advertisers use to deliver personalized ads and track how effective their campaigns were. Ahead of this change, The Wall Street Journal reports that advertising companies and publishers have filed a complaint against Apple with France's competition authority, arguing that the enhanced privacy measures would be anticompetitive. According to the report, the complaint alleges that the wording of Apple's permission prompt
  5. Another iOS 14 bug resets default app settings for the email and browser apps One of the major new features in iOS 14 is the ability to set third-party apps as the default for the email and browser apps. However, a bug in the OS ended up resetting the app defaults to Apple’s offerings every time the device was restarted. The Cupertino giant issued a fix for the issue with iOS 14.0.1. As it turns out, the problem might persist, this time resetting the defaults every time the user-defined apps are updated via the App Store. Twitter user David Clarke
  6. YouTube's mobile site now supports iOS 14's picture-in-picture even with no Premium account Picture-in-picture (PiP) mode was one of the newest iOS features introduced by Apple when it announced iOS 14 in June. For YouTube's mobile site users, it had allowed them to watch a video on Safari on top of other tasks they could do on their iPhone at the same time. However, that capability disappeared last month, except for those with YouTube Premium subscriptions. Now, YouTube's mobile website appears to be supporting the native PiP mode on iOS 14 once again even
  7. iOS 14 battery drain fix requires you to reset your iPhone and Apple Watch Apple's drastic support guide for rebooting your Apple Watch and iPhone (Image credit: Apple) Some users with both an Apple Watch and paired iPhone are noticing widespread issues after updating to iOS 14 and watchOS 7. In a nightmare scenario for both Apple and its customers, it appears the only fix for these issues is to factory reset your Apple Watch and your iPhone. Make sure you back your iPhone to iCloud before fully resetting it.
  8. iOS 14 problems: here's how to fix the most common iPhone glitches Updated with new iOS 14 bugs that may be causing problems on your iPhone (Image credit: Apple) iOS 14 problems can ruin Apple's otherwise beautiful iPhone software upgrade, so we're here to help you fix the iOS 14 bugs and glitches that you're running into. Broken WiFi, poor battery life and spontaneously reset settings are the most talked about iOS 14 problems, according to iPhone users. Luckily, Apple's iOS 14.0.1 update fixes most of the issues, as we have noted
  9. By Kate O'Flaherty Apple’s iOS 14 gives you the ability to customize your iPhone home screen, but this can actually be a security risk. Here’s why. Apple’s iOS 14 operating system comes with a bunch of cool new features, including the ability to customize your home screen. Unsurprisingly, the new iOS 14 upgrade has been pretty popular, and people have been keen to share their customized home screens on social media sites such as Facebook and Twitter. But sharing your customized iPhone home screen far and wide isn’t actually a good idea—surprisin
  10. Custom iOS 14 widgets have become a TikTok flex Customizing the iPhone home screen is now an art form The most exciting part of iOS 14 isn’t picture-in-picture video display or the app library — it’s widgets. Instead of once-boring app icons for your calendar or clock that might get placed in a utilities folder, the new wave of widgets let you spice up your homepage with anything from custom notes to astronomy and weather reports. Those options have existed on Android devices for years, but their sudden arrival
  11. The iOS 14 [and iPadOS 14] Privacy and Security Features You Should Know The latest update for your iPhone and iPad will make them safer than ever. iOS 14 has arrived! Check these new settings to limit how apps and websites track you.Courtesy of Apple iOS 14 has begun rolling out to iPhones worldwide, and as is typical for Apple and a new iOS release, security and privacy enhancements are front and center. The new mobile operating system sho
  12. How to use iOS 14’s App Library to organize your apps A useful feature with limitations If you buy something from a Verge link, Vox Media may earn a commission. See our ethics statement. Photo by Amelia Holowaty Krales / The Verge If you’re an organization junkie and an iPhone user, then iOS 14 has provided you with a new tool: the App Library, which organizes your apps in labeled groups to make them easier to find. In fact, all your current apps can now be found there, and any apps you downloa
  13. YouTube’s website now blocks iOS 14’s picture-in-picture mode unless you pay for Premium Picture-in-picture still works on iPad for free and paid users, though Illustration by Alex Castro / The Verge One of iOS 14’s big new features is picture-in-picture mode, which lets you watch a video in a small window while you’re doing other things on your iPhone. That could be handy if you, say, wanted to watch a YouTube video in Safari while chatting with your friends or checking email. But unfortunately, it seems YouTube
  14. A bevy of new features makes iOS 14 the most secure mobile OS ever Behold: The useful and not-so-useful privacy features you've been waiting for. Enlarge / From left to right: iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro, iPhone 11 Pro Max. Samuel Axon 137 with 62 posters participating, including story author Eleven months ago, Apple CEO Tim Cook declared privacy a “fundamental human right.” The affirmation came as the iPhones his customers carry in their pockets store ever more sensitive information and the company seeks to make pr
  15. Google adds iOS 14 Search widgets, as Chrome and Gmail get default app support Apple launched iOS 14 to the general public on Wednesday, and developers are updating their apps to support the latest features. Google, in an attempt to make access to its apps easier, is adding Search widgets and the ability to set Chrome as the default browser. The Cupertino firm's latest mobile OS lets users create prominent home screen widgets, and Google is making use of that by offering "lightning-fast access to Search." The first widget, pictured below, is 2x2 a
  16. iOS 14 resets app defaults for the mail and browser apps after a device reboot Apple began rolling out iOS 14, iPadOS 14 and watchOS 14 to eligible devices yesterday after announcing it during its virtual event. The iOS 14 update for the iPhone brings a host of new features, including a much-requested App Library, support for new widgets on the home screen, and a host of privacy improvements. Another major change is the ability to set third-party apps as defaults. This means that users can set Chrome or Edge as their default browser instead of Safari, Outlook as th
  17. Apple's iOS and iPadOS 14 Have Dropped. Here's What’s New Your home screen is changing, and car keys may become optional. These are the top features you need to know in the latest iPhone and iPad update. For years, the iPhone home screen has been a grid of app icons that go on for pages and pages. That's beginning to change.Photograph: Apple The iPhone's software is getting a face-lift. The latest version of Apple's mobile operating system,
  18. With iOS 14, Apple is finally letting the iPhone home screen get complicated Widgets, hideable pages, App Library, and App Clips: a lot of new concepts for one update Share this story Share this on Facebook (opens in new window) Share this on Twitter (opens in new window) Share All sharing options EightEight years ago, I wrote a piece bemoaning the fact that the iPhone’s home screen was too restrictive and boring. It only allowed a single grid of apps or folders, they
  19. 6 new iOS 14 features Apple didn't tell you about at WWDC 2020 We're learning more about iOS 14 every day iOS 14 (Image credit: Apple) While plenty of things were announced at WWDC 2020, the lion’s share of upgrades were dedicated to iOS 14, but deeper dives have revealed even more features that weren’t introduced on Apple’s digital stage. While we’re expecting iOS 14 to come out alongside the iPhone 12, many (if not all) of the features hinted below should be usable on every other iPhone getting the update (every phone
  20. iOS 14's new accessibility feature notifies users of sounds like sirens and doorbells Apple unveiled iOS 14 yesterday at its annual developers’ conference. The update brings with it some highly requested features such as an app drawer (called App Library), widgets on the home screen, picture-in-picture, and more. While the company demoed some features during its keynote, a lot of the minor yet significant features such as ‘Back Tap’ are being discovered as users install and use the developer betas. Now, another useful accessibility feature that has
  21. iOS 14 will finally allow users to change their default email and web browser apps Apple has caved in to one of iOS users most requested features (Image credit: Future) Apple has finally caved in and with the release of iOS 14, iPhone users will finally be able to change their default web browser and email apps. For some time now, iOS users have wanted to change their default web browser from Safari and their default email app from Apple's Mail app. Google's mobile operating system Android already allows users to do this
  22. Apple Pushes Back Against Ad Tracking in Safari and iOS 14 [and iPadOS 14] At WWDC, the company detailed a litany of privacy-friendly improvements to its software. Photograph: Apple As a company that still makes the majority of its money selling hardware, Apple is perhaps less interested in tracking and monetizing your activity than other tech giants. Over the years it has pitched this as a competitive advantage, emphasizing that its products are designed to
  23. iOS 14 has a new home screen with widgets, a redesigned Siri view, and more There’s also a new Translate app and new group chat features Apple has announced iOS 14 onstage at WWDC 2020, giving the first (official) look at the latest version of its software for the iPhone, and it’s bringing the biggest change to the iOS home screen in years: widgets. Widgets come in a variety of sizes and can still be viewed in the Today view, but in iOS 14, Apple allows widgets to be added to the main Home screen to live right al
  24. Apple adds CarKey function to iOS14, BMW will support it first The near-field communication standard has been available on Android for a while. Enlarge / The answer to Beenie Man's eternal question is "my iPhone." Apple 50 with 22 posters participating, including story author On Monday, Apple revealed a new feature in iOS 14 that will allow (some) users to ditch the keys to their car. It's called CarKey, and it's Apple's implementation of the Car Connectivity Consortium's Digital Key Release 2.0 standard, which w
  25. iOS 14 could bring your iPhone closer to iPadOS, according to leaked video An app-switching overhaul The iPhone 11 Pro Max running iOS 13 (Image credit: Future) We haven’t heard much about iOS 14, but a new leak suggests that its app switcher could be inspired by the current version of iPadOS, and in time for the arrival of the iPhone 12. 91Mobiles and Ben Geskin (a leaker and concept image creator) have shared images and videos claiming to be from an internal build of iOS 14, which show an app switcher that displays fou
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