The new versions of Apple software are almost ready, and the new update to iOS 14 is already around the corner. The new version of the operating system of the iPhone will start arriving from Wednesday, September 16, as well as the most recent iPadOs 14 and new versions of watchOS, and tvOS.

iOS 14 will introduce a number of new features for supported iPhones. Among them, it will let you place widgets on your home screen for the first time, although not anywhere. It will also present compatibility with the picture-in-picture mode (so far only available on iPad) to play audiovisual content in the background. It will also include its own app to translate.

Gestures for quick actions such as screenshots, recommendations for strong passwords, an Application Library that will show all installed apps, will also be included in this improved version of the operating system.

For its part, iPadOS will also release functions. The call Scribble will allow you to write by hand on any surface and “automatically convert your words into text.” You can complement it with the use of Apple Pencil. In addition, native Apple applications will now have sidebars with additional information and menus to take advantage of the iPad display.

Both devices will present improvements in Messages, Maps, a new design in the Music App, call notifications that do not fill the entire screen, security improvements, among others.

Remember that not all devices will receive the update, especially older models. However, if your iPhone is in the following list, it means that you can install iOS 14:

iPhone 11 iPhone 11 Pro iPhone 11 Pro Max iPhone XS iPhone XS Max iPhone XR iPhone X iPhone 8 iPhone 8 Plus iPhone 7 iPhone 7 Plus iPhone 6s iPhone 6s Plus iPhone SE (1st generation) iPhone SE (2nd generation)

The iPhone 12 was originally planned to be released during September, but had to be delayed. Apple has not confirmed a new date.