New iOS 14 multitasking system revealed in leaked images

Ruben Fields
February 26, 2020

A new video and leaked photos show the multitasking changes that Apple will be bringing to its iPhone lineup with iOS 14. Instead, we're thinking that this is a bit of misdirection on Apple's part and a placeholder for the iPhone 9 or SE 2.

We'll probably get a better idea of what to expect by June at Apple's annual Worldwide Developers Conference.

It's a look that's very similar to the one found on iPadOS, though on an iPhone the apps look a lot smaller and arguably cramped, especially compared to the current iOS 13 app switcher, which shows nearly a full screen image of each app. Before the convention, 91mobiles and the well known tipster Ben Geskin provide the first have a look at the up to date iOS 14 multitasking show. This includes split-view multitasking, Slide Over, and more. A complete of 4 apps can are compatible at the display on the identical time. He had further shared the images of iOS 14 internal build running on an iPhone along with the App Switcher screen in what appears to be the internal build of alleged iOS 14.

The screen layout, comprising four apps, is similar to the iPad that we have seen earlier.

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.

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Little is understood about iOS 14 presently, despite the fact that a contemporary document claimed that Apple may just in spite of everything permit customers to modify the default gadget apps with the following primary device improve for iPhones.

Although the remainder of iOS 14 options will these days be speculative, there's a compatibility document for older fashions.

Apple is anticipated to launch the new iPhone, speculated to be called the iPhone SE2 or iPhone 9, alongside an updated version of its popular iPad Pro. 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.

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