One of the biggest announcements to hit during the WWDC 2020 opening keynote was the reveal of iOS 14. A brand-new operation system update coming to iPhones that will introduce new features like an app drawer, updates to Siri, and even a new picture-in-picture option. There’s a lot of good stuff coming with the iOS 14 update, and that has led many to wonder when they can expect the iOS 14 release date to drop. Here’s what you need to know, including info on how to find the beta signup and test out the new features early.
Updated September 15, 2020
iOS 14 release date
iOS 14 is a lot closer than you might think and Apple actually revealed that the new operating system will hit iPhones starting on Wednesday, September 15, 2020. We still haven't seen anything from the iPhone 12 (or whatever Apple decides to call the next iteration), but we at least know that iPhone users will be getting their hands on the new iOS before the phones are released or even revealed.
iOS 14 beta signup
The information included below is no longer relevant as the iOS 14 beta has officially come to an end.
Those looking to get their hands on iOS 14 a little bit early are probably curious to know how they can signup for the beta. Unfortunately, the only release date we have for the iOS 14 beta is that it is “coming soon”. However, you can sign up on the Apple website by heading right here.
If you’re interested in other betas, like iPadOS 14, macOS Big Sur, or even tvOS 14, then you can also apply for those betas right there as well. There’s no scheduled release, but we’re sure that Apple will drop more info soon.
Now that you know everything you need to know about the iOS 14 release date, and how to signup for the iOS 14 beta, head back over to our iOS 14 hub for more info on the upcoming software.
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