[ ] iOS 14 Full Features List | Apple
[ ] "How iPhone Hackers Got Their Hands on the New iOS Months Before Its Release" | Motherboard
[ ] r/iPhone
[ ] "iOS 14 beta: It's complicated…finally" | The Verge on YouTube
[ ] "iOS 14: Complete Guide to All the New Features" | MacRumors
[ ] "iOS 14 is filled with accessibility improvements" | The Verge
[ ] "What WWDC’s announcements mean for the future of the Mac" | The Verge
[ ] Safari is super efficient at making PDFs for some reason.
[ ] "‘It Shouldn’t Be Hard to Get a Smoothie’, With Special Guest Dan Frommer" | Daring Fireball
[ ] "iOS and iPad OS 14 public beta preview: something for everybody" | The Verge
For the iPhone, the overarching theme is that they're finally letting it get complicated. The home screen starts simple, but it can be complex if you want it to and Apple's also finally putting different elements on top of other elements so you can see Siri on top of your current screen instead of taking over the whole screen.
[ ] There is less to iOS 14 that's relevant to my life, personally, than any other release I remember, but that's okay.
[ ] "iOS 14 Hands-On Tour: Hidden Feature & Widgets!" | Soldier Knows Best on YouTube
[ ] I'm pretty sure I do not think widgets belong on mobile... Then again, do I really believe in widgets in any context?
I’m not sure an alphabetized listing of all apps is really that useful. As iJustine mentioned in episode 2 of her new podcast, Same Brain, I think most users would use drag-down and search before looking through the list.
Tags: notes, software