Apple launches new iPhone update
Updated: Oct 7
Many people are buzzing about the new update for iPhones, IOS 14.
The biggest change that people were raving about, was home-screen customizations. There are now widgets available that can be added to this screen.
There is an endless amount of possibilities with these. Some people have pictures, the date, and the time, to name a few.
I put the date and a couple pictures as my home-screen. There is also options to change what the apps look like, but I didn’t use this.
In order to do this, you have to make short cuts. This means when you click the app it goes to the shortcuts app, then the actual app you want to use. I would prefer to just click the app and go straight to it, so I haven’t utilized this feature.
There are also more functional changes that come with this update. Siri no longer takes up the whole screen, along with phone calls. I like this because I can ignore people’s calls easier, especially telemarketers.
In Facetime, when you leave the app, the video remains in the top left corner, instead of turning the camera off. This can be difficult sometimes because it takes up some room, so I can’t see some things.