Earlier this year 9to5Mac managed to get its hands on an early leaked release of iOS 14, and has been poring over the code in it ever since.
There’s enough to be found in here that new nuggets are appearing every day, such as the most recent news that Messages for Mac may soon get an overhaul. However, the most interesting reports came out right away, including a whole new multitasking interface, a whole new home screen design, an new AR app, additional new Apple Watch faces, a new password manager, and much more.
There are also a whole slew of new health features coming in iOS 14 and watchOS 7, ranging from sleep tracking to blood pressure monitoring, and more.
One interesting tidbit that was also found in iOS 14 — mouse and trackpad support — actually came even sooner, with it showing up in iPadOS 13.4, alongside Apple’s new iPad Pro and Magic Keyboard.
Our take: The version of iOS 14 was a fairly early one, so while some things might have changed in the interim, we won’t have long to wait to see it, as Apple is expected to take the wraps off at its virtual WWDC next month.