Three Smaller Features Coming to iPhones with iOS 14
Apple has recently announced iOS 14, and a preview is available right now for developers who are part of the company’s testing program.
As compared to the previous iOS releases, this new update is a massive one, coming with substantial changes in every single key area. And needless to say, the highlights have already been announced by Apple itself at the WWDC this week, though more subtle improvements are also part of this update.
And today we’re going to discuss three such refinements coming to all supported iPhones (iPhone 6s and newer) in the fall when iOS 14 is finally shipped to devices.
Safari password monitoring
The first of them is password monitoring in Safari browser. As everybody knows already, Safari is the default browser on iPhones, and needless to say, many users stick with it despite Google Chrome, Firefox, and others also available in the App Store.
As a side note, iOS 14 will come with a major change for browsers, as Google wil… (read more)