The new version solves problems with widgets, with some apps and in connection to Wi-Fi networks
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iOS 14 updated its version and fixed bugs.
Loss of Wi-Fi connection
Many users reported that their iPhone or iPad lost Wi-Fi connection after being idle for a while, forcing users to manually reconnect to the network every so often. This bug was resolved with the update.
Problem with some selected apps
The iOS 14 operating system offers the possibility of establishing a mail or browser application other than Mail or Safari, which are the ones that come by default, however, the system returned to those pre-configured apps every time the computer was restarted. In other words, if the user put Microsoft Outlook in settings or chose Chrome as the browser to turn off and turn on the iPhone, the system would return to Mail or Safari, but this was resolved with the new edition of iOS 14.
News widget crash
This update also fixes an issue with Apple's news widget hiding images from this service.
Unable to access camera preview on some models
The update also fixes an issue that prevented previews in the camera app on iPhone 7 and 7 Plus models.
To install the new version of iOS you have to enter the settings menu, and click on the General section. Then you have to select Software Update and the iPhone will start looking for new versions of iOS.
It should be noted that, although this was not done, a notification will automatically be received advising that there is a new version to install.
The news that came from the hand of iOS 14
The new widgets are one of the highlights of iOS 14: they present information that can be pinned on the home screen, in different sizes. Custom widgets can be displayed on the home screens according to different categories: work, sports, entertainment, etc. You can choose the number of home screen pages to show or hide from view.
Another interesting novelty is the App Library or Application Library, a space where Apple apps are automatically organized by categories. It is a new way to organize and interact with applications.
New tools were also added to take care of user privacy. In this sense, if an application is using the camera, the user will see a small green dot in the upper right corner of the screen. And if the microphone is being used, there will be a yellow dot.
On the other hand, in the Safari browser, on the left side of the address bar, when you press a button marked AA and you will be able to see a privacy report detailing the number of trackers that the browser blocked.