Images and a video obtained by Ben Geskin and shared with 91mobiles show an iPhone 11 Max with background applications displayed in a grid, allowing users to choose which they want to bring to the foreground.
The video lasts a few seconds, but it is enough to show the multitasking interface redesigned and very similar to what is now used by iPads. Before that date, then again, there will probably be iOS 14 that the corporate's Worldwide Developer Conference (WWDC) 2020 can look ahead to in June. The brand has already made official that the upcoming iPhones will ship with the latest iOS 14.
The video is reportedly showing off an internal build of iOS 14 with a multitasking switcher. iOS 13 also has a multitasking switcher but it's not enabled, meaning that if you jailbreak your phone, you can access the options as they exist. During testing, it is found that apps appear and disappear quickly on the multitasking view. A complete of 4 apps can are compatible at the display on the identical time. An iPhone 11 Pro was used to capture the video, using features such as ultra wide angle and 4K recording. Apps can be easily closed with a flick, which seems to occur a bit quicker than in the current multitasking system. The App Switcher settings page suggests three options -Deck Switcher, Grid Switcher, Minimum Viable Switcher.
For example, iPhone owners could set Google services such as Chrome and Gmail as their default apps instead of Apple's Safari and Mail apps. Sadly, iPhone 6 and older devices will not get updated to the new iOS version. He was able to show the iPhone 11 months before the announcement, for example.
This is all of the data we these days have about iOS 14. However, many have theorized possible features of the update.