Last week there was a very high leak on iOS 14 that we need to say thanks to our partners 9to5mac. They obviously had it access code for the first version for the upcoming iPhone app, which we should see in this year's WWDC 2020, and which has revealed many new features.
Of the new features we have that the Apple Watch will have a new sensor to measure oxygen in the blood, which will allow notes taken with the Apple Pencil, iMessage will feature new features, that the iPhone 12 Pro will have a ToF 3D sensor, maybe like -The new Pad Pro, and many other new features.
Now, even after a few days' break, 9to5mac It returns a load that reveals some of the issues we'll see with iOS 14, in this case related to Apple Maps and CarPlay, a program compatible with car screens.
IOS 14 news continues to appear
Each time little to know iOS 14 with all its new features, the upcoming WWDC 2020 in June Apple will present us with all the improvements we can enjoy starting in September.
Upgrading to Apple Maps
As revealed from 9to5mac, one of the improvements we'll see on Apple maps will be the introduction of the Apple store. Currently if you want the Apple Store in the Maps app, details like address, phone number, other photos and Today in Apple programs.
In the next update to iOS 14 the information will be more relevant. We see Availability of Genius Bar services at each Apple Store directly from Apple Maps. It will also tell us, for example, if a particular store offers screen adjustment and battery that day. And this additional information can also be accessed from other stores such as movie theaters.
CarPlay has already developed a lot with iOS 13 and with iOS 14 it will improve slightly according to this new leak. It looks like it will be possible to explain background image on CarPlay, so far the back remains black. Apple is testing this new feature with the same iOS 13 wallpapers, and it will automatically switch between light and dark versions.
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In all this we must remember that Apple is working on improving its maps, a few months ago maps in the United States were filled with data and it seems Apple wants to go up to Europe this year, so maybe with iOS 14 we also have more detailed maps. And we must not forget the Look Around function, which continues to be available in many cities and where Apple is working hard.
We're gone about three months of the official launch of iOS and iPadOS 14, in this case. We'll see if all of these issues are confirmed at that time and whether Apple still has claims for all of its operating systems.