Apple’s Craig Federighi announced the new system during Apple’s WWDC 2020 event back in June.
He said: “iOS 14 transforms the most iconic elements of the iPhone experience, starting with the biggest update we’ve ever made to the Home Screen.
“With beautifully redesigned widgets on the Home Screen, the App Library that automatically organises all of your apps, and App Clips that are fast and easy to discover, iPhone becomes even more powerful and easier to use.”
The new system has several helpful updates, including picture-in-picture mode, a new home screen layout and Apple Maps updates.
Here’s a round up of all the new iOS 14 features, as well as a list of all the iPhones that are compatible.
What’s new in iOS 14?
The first change is to the iPhone home screen, with the announcement of a new features called App Library.
While most iPhone users currently have their apps spread across several pages, new space automatically arranges your apps on one page.