Every year, Apple introduces a new major software update for the iPhone. For 2020, that update is called iOS 14. iOS 14 was announced at WWDC 2020 2020 on 22 June, but Apple didn’t say when it would officially launch, saying only that it would be this autumn. Based on previous years, however, we cautiously expect Apple to release iOS 14 to the public between 14 and 18 September 2020.
Early test versions of the software have already leaked, giving us some idea of what to expect from the update. There are still hidden features and functions that we don’t know about, as iOS updates often include hundreds of tweaks and new features, but some key features have been unveiled.