Big news from Apple at the WWDC 2020 conference. They will soon release the latest version of iOS for your Apple devices. While an official release date hasn't been announced, if Apple stays true to form, we may see the release in September.
The new home screen will include "Widgets" and the widget gallery will allow you to choose clocks, Apple news, weather, calendar and more in a variety of sizes.
Another new feature is the App Library a better way to organize all your apps at the end of your home screen. At last, you can finally hide specific icons on the home screen.
Another change will be in the way you answer phone calls. Instead of an incoming call taking up your entire screen, the notification will now appear at the top of your screen. Siri has also been redesigned and notifications will no longer take up the whole screen.
There are also improvements in Maps, Emojis, Camera-picture in picture, smart home controls and privacy, and much more.
This is going to be one of the most significant upgrades in the iOS operating system in...well, a very long time.