Apple introduced a lot of new hardware today, including new Apple Watch models that are launching this week. But if you're happy with the Apple devices you've got, there's some exciting news for you this week, too.
Apple says that iOS 14, iPadOS 14, watchOS 7, and tvOS 14 are all launching tomorrow, September 16. The updates were first announced earlier this year at Apple's Worldwide Developer Conference and have been undergoing beta testing since then.
We've compiled a list of iPhone, iPad, and Apple Watch models that will receive the iOS 14, iPadOS 14, and watchOS 7 updates that you can find right here.
The upgrade to iOS 14 is a big one with lots of new features. They include resizable home screen widgets, which is the first time you'll be able to place widgets on the iPhone home screen. There's also a new App Library feature that'll help you sort through all of your installed apps by automatically placing them into folders and an alphabetical list on your last home screen.
Apple is making incoming calls and Siri less intrusive with iOS 14, shrinking their size dramatically so they don't take up your whole screen. Also included is picture-in-picture support, letting you watch videos and conduct FaceTime calls while doing other things on your iPhone.
Other iOS 14 upgrades include cycling directions in Apple Maps; App Clips, which let you scan a code and use a specific part of an app without installing the whole thing, like for parking meters; a new Translate app with support for 11 languages; and Messages improvements like the ability to pin conversations to top of your list, in-line replies, and @mentions.
Meanwhile, watchOS 7 brings new features like native sleep tracking, an improved Fitness app, and automatic handwashing detection that'll start a 20-second countdown when your Apple Watch determines that you're washing your hands.