Today Apple announced iOS 14, iPadOS 14, and watchOS 7, all of which are pretty big updates for their respective devices. Any time we see a major update like these announced, most folks wonder if their phone or tablet will be able to run it. When it comes to Apple's new updates, we've got answers for you.
First up is iOS 14. This update is bringing with it major new features like resizable home screen widgets for your iPhone, picture-in-picture video, compact incoming call notifications, and a new Translate app that'll work offline.
Here are the devices that'll get the update to iOS 14 when it launches this fall:
Then there's iPadOS 14. This update includes many of the same features of iOS 14, including resizable widgets and compact incoming call notifications, but it adds some iPad-specific goodies too. Those include Scribble, a feature that'll turn your handwriting into text, an improved universal search, and updated designs for apps like Files, Photos, and Apple Music that'll make it easier to navigate and access an app's features.
These are the iPads that'll be updated to iPadOS 14 this fall:
Also announced today is watchOS 7. The major new features of this Apple Watch update include native sleep tracking, new exercises like Dance and Functional Strength Training, watch face sharing, and spoken translations from Siri.
These Apple Watch models will be updated to watchOS 7 this fall: