Twitter roasts Apple new iOS 14 home screen, While yesterday’s WWDC event wasn’t the hardware announcement fest that some were hoping for, Twitter roasts Apple new iOS 14 , it still gave us a tantalising glimpse of what is in store for Apple’s latest software cycle. Front-and-centre was iOS 14, which is able to see big changes to its home screen. But those changes won’t be quite as original as Apple might want us to think.
The iPhone home screen has looked an equivalent for years, with its utilitarian grid of app icons. But that’s set to vary with the introduction of widgets. These are going to be available in a very sort of sizes, offering rather more information than traditional, tiny icons. But while it’ll be great to urge more use out of smart iPhone apps right from the home screen, one community could be a little less impressed: Android users.
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Indeed, Android phones have allowed widgets to mingle freely with app icons on the home screen for years now – and users have delighted in taking to Twitter to mercilessly mock Apple for its supposed innovation:
All told, the final consensus is that the introduction of widgets isn’t precisely the most innovative move from Apple. That said, by giving it a fresh coat of Apple paint, the corporate has made a rather basic feature look better than ever. And the Twitter roasts Apple new Smart Stack feature, which lets the iPhone swap widgets supported time or location, sounds pretty nifty (dare we are saying innovative?).
For iPhone-toting digital creatives (and there are many – it’s our best camera phone, don’t you know), an enhanced home screen can only be an honest thing – albeit its features aren’t entirely brand new. If you’re thinking of grabbing an iPhone in time for iOS 14, look into today’s best deals below.