Apple’s iOS 13 was a stable build for all the iPhones and it also brought some new features to the UI. Now the company is all set to launch the upcoming iOS 14 somewhere in June at the WWDC 2020 event but guess what, a feature of the upcoming iOS has just been surfaced online.
iOS 14 New Multitasking Tray Showcased In A Video
The Worldwide Developer Conference (WWDC) 2020 by Apple is expected to be in the month of June. But, ahead of the launch, a video of the iOS 14 has been spotted online.
The new leak comes from trusted tipster Ben Geskin and 91mobiles, it reveals the new UI change in the upcoming iOS version.
It shows the revamped multitasking tray in upcoming iOS version that looks similar to the iPad’s multitasking tray. Apple iPhone 11 Pro Max is running the iOS 14 version and the multitasking menu holds four apps in a screen, users can swipe up to clear the app.
The multitasking tray also seems to have a sort of lock on some apps that will block the apps from accidentally closing.
Even though the multi-tasking tray is revamped, we still don’t see the most-wanted change in the tray. The clear-all apps option is still missing.
That’s what the leak reveals but we expect to see more details in the coming weeks.
For now, we also know that the upcoming iOS 14 will be supported on Apple iPhone 11 series, iPhone X series, iPhone 7, 8 and iPhone 6s series. Sadly, iPhone 6 and older devices will not get updated to the new iOS version.