When Facebook warns that a change to Apple’s upcoming mobile operating system will negatively affect how closely it will be able to track you on mobile phones, you know you’re going to like iOS14.
It’s the latest update to Apple’s mobile operating system, a fall tradition that brings new features to the iPhone and iPad and a fresh coat of paint to older models as well.
Tuesday, Apple holds its annual product reveal in a virtual demo from its corporate campus in Cupertino, where it’s expected to tout new versions of the iPad and Apple Watch, and to remind users about some of the new features coming to iOS14. (You can watch the presentations at apple.com)
This year, Apple is putting privacy front and center with the new iOS, which traditionally Apple has released in the third week of September, (last year it was on Sept. 19). The iPhone release will be delayed until October, and Apple is expected to stage another event for the iPhone next month.
What to expect from Apple event:Will we see more than iPad and Watch updates?