Apple iOS 14 will be a release over the bug-filled and messy iOS 13 which have plagued that iPhone and iPad users with a lot of issues. It is why most of the Apple users are looking forward to the launch of iOS 14 even though the last software update was released just now. To understand how much buggy iOS 13 is, one should just notice that eight major updates have been released in the last three months and it is now on iOS 13.3 version.
Apple has developed a new programming strategy for iOS 14 where bugs won’t trouble the users as they will be tested out before putting the features. Here is the full schedule for Apple iOS 14 release date, and beta developer launch at WWDC 2020.
iOS 14 Beta for Developers at WWDC 2020
It is not a hard task to determine the launch schedule of iOS 14 as Apple follows a strict annual calendar and everything has a fixed release date. Fans are aware that Apple iOS 14 will be the first time unveiled at the WWDC 2020 conference in the first week of June next year where the Cupertino based tech giant holds a special event for the developers.
New 2020 iPhone Prototype (D53)
– Vertical Ring/Silent switch
– No notch
– Lightning connector
– SwitchBoard 18A311 (iOS 14.0) pic.twitter.com/EMZGWueDKa
— Ben Geskin (@BenGeskin) December 3, 2019
Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) is the main event where every software update is showcased and the developers get early access to the upcoming beta iOS. It will not be just limited to iOS 14, the next versions of the macOS, tvOS, and watchOS will also be showcased at the WWDC 2020 event. The developers attending the conference will get special beta access to iOS 14 on the first day whereas the rest of the Apple users will have to wait for a few months.
iOS 14 Release Date with Apple iPhone 12
Apple will keep the same schedule as this year and iOS 14 will be released for public at the annual September event along with the 2020 lineup of iPhones currently termed as iPhone 12. It means that users will get the next software update right out of the box with iPhone 12, which is a successful strategy to sell the new flagship devices.
The three months gap between June 2020 and September 2020 will give Apple developers enough time to test out the new features and resolve any bugs in the iOS 14 software update.