The tech giant Apple has made new iOS 14 and iPadOS 14 betas public, that can be downloaded on any recent device.
Media reports said that the new software includes a range of new features, including a redesigned home screen and changes to some of the core apps.
It is not expected to be fully released until the autumn when it will arrive alongside the new iPhone 12.
Apple’s news public beta program allows people to use the software early, in return for providing feedback on any problems or bugs they encounter with the software.
However, users are warned that there could be unexpected issues on any devices that are running iOS 14, and that it may not be safe to rely on it for any of the most important devices.
Apple’s head of software, Craig Federighi, said while announcing the new software,
“We’re making it even more powerful and easier to use,”
“This year, we spent time rethinking some of the most iconic elements of the experience on iPhone.”