Apple has released its much-anticipated iOS 14 public beta today. As its name implies, members of the public who would like to get their hands on a beta copy of iOS 14 can do so starting today. The new OS was first showcased by Apple during the company’s WWDC 2020 event, which was on 22 June 2020.
Apple iOS 14 Public Beta Out Now
It has to be said that this release is iOS 14 still in beta, which means bugs and other major discrepancies may still exist. The ‘full’ release of the iPhone operating system will be sometime in Q4 2020. Do check out our recent article on iPhones that will be compatible with the OS here.
Those aside, notable new feature that will come with Apple’s iOS 14 include: widgets, app library, AppClips, picture-in-picture mode, new translate app and many more. We have recently written an article regarding the 15 new features that will come with the OS, do check it out if you’re curious.
As mentioned earlier, since this is a beta release, users are advised to try iOS 14 public beta at their own risk. For those who are will to take the risk, you can download your copy of the OS’ public beta on Apple’s official website.