Yesterday, June 22, marked the beginning of Apple's Worldwide Developer Conference — also known as WWDC. This entire event this year is being held virtually given the current state of the world, including the opening keynote in which Apple unveiled its latest plans for iOS, iPadOS, watchOS, and tvOS, and macOS.
Of those announcements, iOS 14 was definitely one of the major takeaways. This latest update makes iOS more like Android than ever before, adding things like home screen widgets, an app drawer, and picture-in-picture.
It's easily one of the most significant iOS updates we've seen in years, but as an Android user, how's it look to you? Some of our AC forum members recently shared their own thoughts, saying:
What say you? As an Android user, what do you think about iOS 14?
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