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A rough view of what iOS 14 might look like based on the leaks.
By Ángel Roca – Mar 13, 2020ShareFacebookTwitter
This week we had the largest leak on iOS 14 to date. Our colleagues from 9to5mac had access to some of the code from an iOS 14 preview from which they managed to gather a lot of information. We know that the Apple Watch will include new sensors, that the iPhone and iPad will have full mouse and trackpad support, that we will be able to transcribe into text the notes taken with the Apple Pencil, that iMessage will incorporate new features, that Siri’s voice could be edited by developers and many more new features, such as a new view on the home screen .
And it is precisely on this last home screen related filtration that we bring you today a rather realistic concept that shows how it could look like. This view of the apps in list form is not something new, since it is one of the ways to visualize the apps in the Apple Watch.
This concept has been created by our colleagues at iSpazio and comes very close to what this new way of displaying apps on the iPhone might look like with iOS 14.
The filtering reveals that in this new iOS 14 home screen we will be able to choose between two types of view, the traditional one with the icon grid and a list type version. This list could include Siri technology to show us the most used apps, those with notifications and many other options that we don’t know yet.
This concept imagines this and some other functions. At the top we find a drop-down menu that allows us to choose the order of the apps in the list from several options: alphabetically sorted, recently used apps or apps with unread notices . Next to this menu, on the right, we find an icon to quickly switch from the new list view to the classic one, that grid we’ve been living with for 13 years.
As you can see, in the design of this view, applications appear in semi-transparent rectangles, very similar to those of notifications, folders, and other iOS elements. In addition to the icon and the name of the app, we would also have a dynamic space dedicated to Siri’s artificial intelligence that can change continuously depending on what is happening in each application .
In other words, the following event could appear in the calendar app, in the App Store the applications that can be updated, a preview in Messages and many more things that each developer could implement . No doubt a very original idea that shows the possibilities of this new view in the form of a list.
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No doubt we must thank our colleagues from iSpazio for this concept that brings us closer to the many possibilities of this new interface that has been filtered in iOS 14. It may be an interesting step by Apple and with a lot of evolution, this kind of dynamic icons with extended information has a lot of future.
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