Apple iPhone 9 could be announced next month: Report #28849

Yolanda Curtis
February 26, 2020

A report from 91mobiles shows what it claims to be a video of iOS 14's new multitasking feature in action.

So this change - if it happens - would mean you can see more apps on a single screen, potentially letting you jump to them or close them faster, but you won't get as clear a view of them. According to tech reporter Ben Geskin, this new view will be an option under the App Switch setting in iOS 14. A complete of 4 apps can are compatible at the display on the identical time. So there might be that more apps can fit on the screen.


In the same screenshot, we could see additional options in the App Switcher screen, which suggest us additional options for the multitasking pane including - Deck Switcher, Grid Switcher, and also a Minimum Viable Switcher.

AirTag was previously reported on by ChannelNews as an app used to locate missing keys or other possessions. Rumors suggest the iPhone 12 will have no notch, so there may be some screen tweaks. iOS 14 will be available on all devices that now support iOS 13. This implies that you'll use Gmail and Chrome, for instance, as usual electronic mail and browser apps as a substitute of Mail and Safari. We too can be expecting small adjustments in the way in which content material is displayed at the display, because the notch would disappear on iPhone 12 fashions to make room for a in point of fact complete display. According to a document from remaining month, Apple gives iOS 14 fortify for all fashions operating iOS 13. As we have known that the new OS will be shipped to devices based on iOS 13, these devices are- iPhone 6s, iPhone 6s Plus, iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro, iPhone 11 Pro Max and the rumored iPhone 9. Apart from the launch, the new budget iPhone is said to be powered by the A13 Bionic SoC of last year's iPhone 11 series.


This is all of the data we these days have about iOS 14.

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