The new ios release on September 3th is here!

The new version of iOS 14 is out today, and it’s going to be one of the most exciting releases in years.

iOS 14 features the same brand-new iOS design as iOS 13, including a new look for the lock screen, notification bar, and notification center, among other things.

iOS 14 also includes the new “iOS 13” interface, but we’ll get to that in a minute.

The release notes also include a ton of new features, like a redesigned “My Stuff” screen, a new “Recent Apps” section, and an improved “Quick Look” section.

As for what’s new in iOS 14, the big news is that it’s coming to the iPhone 6s, iPhone 6, iPhone SE, and iPad mini, as well as to the Apple Watch.

But there’s also a bunch of new stuff to keep an eye on, too.

We’ll be updating this post with new iOS 14 features, along with our thoughts on the big ones.

Read on for the full list of new iOS features.

iPhone 6s and iPhone 6 Plus: The new iOS design The lock screen and notification bar are a new design, and they’re not quite as large as the old ones.

You can see a preview of the new lock screen in action: The new lock-screen design is a lot more streamlined, with a few subtle differences in the way it interacts with your screen.

Here’s how the new design looks: It’s a lot easier to swipe between tabs on the new iOS lockscreen: There’s also now a “Show All” button, which you can use to scroll through all the tabs you’ve opened on the lock-sketch.

There are also three new apps in the “Recent apps” section: You’ll also find the “Quick look” section of the lockscreen, which is an expanded version of the “Recently used” section that was present in iOS 13.

When you swipe left on the Lock Screen, you’ll be presented with a menu of new apps: These are also new, but they’re all smaller: Apple has simplified the interface of the Quick Look section, which was introduced in iOS 11.

Now, instead of showing a list of apps, it just shows the “Installed” column: With the new lockscreen design, you can scroll between the three new sections of the iOS lockscape: This will help you find apps that are not in your list of installed apps.

New “Settings” section iOS 14 adds new “Settings,” which are basically “Home” and “Notifications” sections.

Each section is divided into three main sections: Home: This is where you’ll find all the settings from the “About Me” section in iOS 12, such as the weather and the time.

Notifications: These are where you can control all of the settings on the iPhone from the Lock screen.

They include things like “Show the Lock” and even “Send a Notification.”

On the home screen, you get the same home-screen experience as in iOS 10.

Settings in iOS are accessible via the home button: In iOS 12 and earlier, this section of your home screen was only accessible by swiping down from the bottom of your screen: But now, you also have the option to access Settings from the lockscreen, via the new new “Home button” on the left side of the screen:Here’s what you can do with Settings: Set up “Settings to unlock your device when you leave home”: This setting will turn off all notifications on your device, including any notifications from the lockscreens.

You can also disable “Notification lock” on your lockscreen.

Disable “Lock screen: Hide Notification notifications:” This setting disables any notifications you might receive when you lock your device from the homescreen.

This includes your Lock screen and Notification Center notifications.

Display the “Today’s most recent app update”: This will allow you to get the latest app updates on your phone from the Settings menu.

Delete all “Recent and Installed apps” from the iOS “Installs” section (or “Recent app update” if you’re using iOS 12): This setting will delete all of your installed apps from the Apple’s iOS apps list.

Update “iOS system app” from “Notified by default”: This option will allow the system app to be updated automatically from the Notification Center: And, of course, if you don’t want your system app update to be available on the locks screen, disable “Settings: Automatic update notifications.”

Update the “Apps you use” section to include the new Apple Watch app: Here you’ll see that your apps are listed on your “Installing” section for the first time.

You’ll also see a new section for “Apps with recently installed apps” to make it easier to add