Apple today launched a public beta test of new versions of the operating systems iOS 14 and iPadOS 14, which bring many new features.
Apple has opened iOS 14 for all the brave and courageous. Public Beta Launched
Apple introduced iOS 14 and iPadOS 14 to the WWDC Developer Conference in late June. Since then, testing has been conducted among developers, and now open to the public beta for ordinary users on the site beta.apple.com for participants in the Apple Beta Software Program.
Of course, it is worth keeping in mind that beta versions may contain many flaws and errors. So to install from is only at your own peril and risk. And do not forget to back up information from your smartphone and tablet.
The stable version of iOS 14 will be available in the fall as a free software update for iPhone 6s and newer models. iPadOS 14 will also be released in the fall for free for iPad Air 2 or later, all iPad Pro models, iPad 5 generation or later, and iPad mini 4 and later.
iOS 14 brings many long-awaited changes for the iPhone, including widgets, an application library, and a compact call interface. IPad users have new opportunities to work with Apple Pencil and much more.