Rumors and leaks suggest that iOS 14 will have major changes on the home screen. Because of this, a Twitter user was named Parker Ortalani (via 9to5Mac) created your own version of iOS 14, which includes i widgets. It is absolutely amazing, especially with the clear inspiration of the watoos.
"SpringKit" upgrade widgets on the iPhone home screen
Concepts are a way of looking at the potential of future products, even if they are not. Ortalani is a new segment outline of thought development. You think three types of app are viewed differently in home iPhone. The first one is the one we have now, the second shows the "live" icon
In this case, the concept suggests three possibilities with several examples. In the created model we see a widget Time, indicating temperatures Fahrenheit from New York and a sunny day. I mean temperature, time and location to tiling which occupies two spaces.
There is another double tile considering Ortalani as that of the Chamber. A live icon that lets you take a snapshot without opening the app. And finally, the Activity app tells us the status of our rings, calories used, minutes of exercise and standing data are missing.
In a sense, the user can choose what kind of icon to display on their iPhone. By pressing and holding the icon on the screen, a menu will be displayed
A concept reminiscent of the complexity of watoos
In horology, the difficulty is running out of time or a simple day that provides more details. In mechanical or automatic clocksChronometers, endless calendars, monthly category and tourists. Of course, these issues add to the difference in the clock.
From the beginning, issues have become a staple of the Apple Watch. With the passing of generations of hardware and software, the apple clock has grown dramatically. Spaces Modographic Modular and Compact Modular several of these widgets
The concept we just came across is very reminiscent of the Apple Watch problems. The widgets have long been present in desktop operating systems. Or it's mobile, because it's one of the features of Android. Last year IPadOS introduced them as an optional feature on your home screen.
But this is completely different in how they are available on iPadOS. Apple often deploys and syncs successful tasks from one location to another. The leak shows that IOS 14 will install a new version of widgets, which is different from what it is today. Although it is a task that Apple may eventually take out, what is certain is that they will apply all the lessons learned to other operating systems.