Google isn't the only mobile company releasing beta updates today, because Apple has some fresh beta goodness for its customers, too.
iOS 14 beta 3 and iPadOS 14 beta 3 are now available for registered developers (via MacRumors). The updates don't appear to be hitting public testers in the Apple Beta Software Program quite yet, but we should see that rollout begin in the coming days.
Announced last month, the update to iOS 14 is a biggie. It brings resizable home screen widgets to the iPhone, marking the first time that you've been able to place something besides an app icon onto your home screen. The update also brings App Library, a separate home screen that'll show you all of your apps in folders and in an alphabetical list.
iOS 14 also makes incoming calls and Siri requests take up less space on your screen, meaning your current app won't be interrupted by a full-screen prompt from either app. Messages is getting a few improvements of its own, including the ability to pin conversations to the top of the app as well as mentions and in-line replies in group chats.
Some of the other new features of iOS 14 include App Clips, which will let you scan a code and access certain features of an app without installing the whole thing; cycling directions and EV charging routes in Apple Maps; a new Translate app with support for 11 languages; and digital car keys that'll let you unlock and start compatible vehicles with your phone.
The update to iPadOS 14 has some notable features of its own, like updated layouts for apps like Files and Photos that better take advantage of the iPad's larger display. Another new feature is Scribble, which will automatically convert your handwriting into text.
Also released today is watchOS 7 beta 3 (via MacRumors). This update brings newness to the Apple Watch like native sleep tracking, the ability to share watch faces with others, and automatic handwashing detection that'll give you a 20-second countdown when your Apple Watch detects that you're washing your hands.
iOS 14, iPadOS 14, and watchOS 7 will all be released to the public this fall. You can find a full list of devices that'll get these updates right here.