The beta version of iOS 14 does not lack a lot of high changes and profile features, but there are also quite a few hidden elements that help make our list of the best sleep features for iOS 14.
IOS 14 is usually loaded with many great features, such as a compact call interface, application library and widgets, but there are many hidden features of iOS 14 that also deserve recognition. In this practical step-by-step video description, we’ll explore 10 of our favorite iOS 14 sleep features.
A more powerful markup tool
The markup tool in iOS 14 gets a lot of improvements that make them feel more like the color sets available in macOS. Most notably, the markup utility gets a new tool to connect the eyes to select the color of everything displayed on the screen.
The Eyedropper tool, combined with the new ability to store your favorite colors, are great new additions to the iOS 14 markup tool. Both can help speed up workflows and expand creativity in a variety of applications.
But these aren’t the only new additions to iOS 14 markup. There are also new tabs for selecting colors in the spectrum and sliders that add even finer-grained iOS markup capabilities.
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The new feedback feature, located deep in the Accessibility settings for iOS 14, was first cracked in the development of a beta version of iOS 14 for developers. The rear touch function works as it sounds, and allows you to perform actions on your iPhone simply by double or triple tapping on the back of the iPhone.
The back-touch accessibility shortcut joins the many other shortcuts available in iOS that can perform a variety of functions. And with more powerful shortcuts and automation found in the Shortcuts app, you can do impressive things like turn on the light or lock the door by double-clicking on the back of the iPhone.
I assigned a dual rear faucet to the shortcut that turns off my office string
Back tap is not yet improved in beta, as it remains too sensitive, which leads to actions when you did not intend to. But this is a beta period, and hopefully Apple will be able to reduce the sensitivity of the back pressure in future beta versions.
If you think about setting up the Camera app in iOS 14, you’ll find a new option that allows you to display selfie photos taken with the front camera. This setting, which does exactly what it is about, displays a preview of the front camera in order to get the end result of what you see-what-what-what-you-do.
Quick styles in the notes
The Notes application is a reliable tool for word processing and taking notes that I use regularly. Over the years, the app has acquired more formatting features that help make it easier to calculate and read notes, and this latest beta is no exception to this trend. In iOS 14, you can now long press the Format button to open a new quick style pop-up menu to quickly apply formats to text.
Operator lock information
Want an alternative way to prove to a potential buyer that your iPhone is unlocked? A new carrier lock information panel in Settings → General → About makes it easy to see your iPhone’s connection status.
Private Wi-Fi address
iOS 14 offers many new privacy and security enhancements, such as the ability to give apps an approximate location instead of an exact location. But one of the less inexpensive features is the new ability to turn on private Wi-Fi connections that won’t broadcast your device’s real MAC address. This can help reduce tracking of your iPhone and related activities when connected to Wi-Fi.
Quick start searchlight
Spotlight acquires the Mac-like ability to quickly launch websites and apps in iOS 14. Just launch Spotlight, enter a few characters of your favorite app or website, and use the “Go” button to search for results using the software keyboard.
Advanced back button
If you find yourself in Settings, you’ll probably find the new iOS 14 Extended Back button useful. Just click the “Back” button in the upper left corner and you’ll be offered the full Settings hierarchy for your specific location. .
Restrict access to your photo library
While this may use some improvement, being able to choose the photos they provide by third-party apps, instead of providing full unauthorized access to your entire photo library, is a much-needed privacy enhancement included in iOS 14. I just wanted it to allow you select entire folders instead of selecting individual photos. We hope this clarification will be added in future beta versions.
Translation of web pages
Web page translation is a feature that Safari on all major Apple platforms has been sorely lost so far this year. As with iPadOS 14 and macOS Big Sur, Safari now includes the ability to translate websites into a foreign language in iOS 14. In previous versions of iOS, you need to use the Safari extension or a third-party browser to translate web pages.
As we mentioned at the beginning, iOS 14 is filled with all kinds of outstanding new features and changes. But sometimes low-key radar flaws are also important.
What is your favorite sleep feature in iOS 14? Is there a feature in this list that you think should be included? Have your thoughts in the comments below.
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