I love its little features

There aren’t many adventurous things you can do in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic. So, I decided to install the beta version of the iOS developer 14 hours after Apple announced it at its World Developers Conference (WWDC) on Monday.

I previously installed beta developer versions on Android and handled errors. However, given the poor quality of the release of the stable version of iOS 13, I was skeptical about the quality of this new beta developer. But after 24 hours of use, I realized that this is a stable beta version, and I don’t have to worry about any major bugs.

The main theme of iOS 14 is the customization of the home screen. Now you can more easily move icons, place widgets between them, and hide pages to make things easier. Right now there are only source widgets available on iPhone, but things will get more interesting when iOS 14 is available to everyone and third-party app makers have their widgets in the library.

Also, you can stack these widgets on top of each other, making it easier to have many widgets in one placeholder.