The third beta of iOS 14 contained several changes. In the fourth, they are also there.
Apple today released the fourth beta of iOS 14 and iPadOS 14 to developers. The company will continue to release such beta versions until the public release this fall.
Below we will tell you about all the changes in the new beta version.
Return of 3D Touch
- From the third beta version of iOS 14, 3D Touch support has completely disappeared. However, in the fourth, she returned again. The functionality may not be available in any beta versions yet, but it is unlikely that Apple plans to completely remove 3D Touch. In the public version, the function will probably be.
Apple TV app changes
- There’s a new widget for the Apple TV app. Apple has shown it back during WWDC 2020, but it wasn’t in previous beta releases. The widget contains content available for viewing. It is available in three different sizes.
Exposure Notification System
- Apple released the Exposure Notification API, which it worked with Google on, with the public release of iOS5. However, these APIs were not present in previous beta versions of iOS 14. Beta 4 added support for the Exposure Notification system.
Improvements to search results
At WWDC 2020, Apple promised that search functionality in iOS 14 will improve. However, there were no changes in the previous beta. In some cases, the search even began to work worse than in iOS 13. However, the fourth beta version will fix this. The search function now displays more results. You gain knowledge of Siri, applications, Siri recommendations, and more. Search by application is also available.
That’s all for now. If there are other changes, we will update this post.