Apple is expected to unveil its next major iPhone software update on June 22 at its virtual Worldwide Developers Conference. But a deluge of leaks may have already provided a look at what Apple is planning. The company's next major iPhone operating system version, expected to be called iOS 14, is shaping up to be a significant update that will bring changes to the iPhone's home screen, fresh augmented reality features, a new fitness app, and much more, according to recent reports from MacRumors and 9to5Mac. The websites claim to have viewed leaked code for the update, which revealed these new software features as well as a few hardware products that have been rumoured for quite some time, like the successor to the low-cost iPhone SE and Tile-like tracking tags. Apple is also reportedly planning to make some changes that would give users more choices when it comes to third-party apps and wallpapers, according to reports from Bloomberg and 9to5Mac. Taken together, the rumoured features suggest Apple may be planning to add features that users have been wanting for years – like the option to set third-party apps as defaults – while also paving the way for forward-looking ambitions like augmented reality and health. Apple typically unveils its new iPhone software at its conference in June and releases it in the fall. Here's a closer look at what we're expecting from iOS 14 based on the recent leaks and rumours. Apple’s US$400 iPhone SE: fast and small with a disappointing camera A new fitness app Apple may be launching a new fitness app that would work across the iPhone, Apple Watch and Apple TV, according to MacRumors. This app would provide guided workouts for Apple device users by displaying videos on the iPhone and Apple TV and showing guided steps for completing the workout on the Apple Watch. The app would be free and may be called Fit or Fitness when it launches, says the report. A new home screen layout for the iPhone Although the look and feel of the iPhone's home screen may have changed over the years, the overall layout hasn't. That's expected to change in iOS 14, as 9to5Mac reports that the new software will bring the option to view apps in a list format. iPhone owners will also reportedly be able to filter apps in this list based on certain conditions, such as apps that have unread notifications and apps that have been recently used. New iMessage features Apple is reportedly planning to add several new features to iMessage with iOS 14, including the ability to unsend text messages, typing indicators for group messages, and a mentions feature that would let you tag other participants in a group chat – all features which might sound more than a little familiar to WhatsApp users. Is your phone 5G compatible – and if not, is it really worth upgrading? The ability to turn handwritten Apple Pencil notes into typed text Apple is also seemingly making an effort to boost the Apple Pencil's value as a note-taking tool in iOS 14, according to MacRumors. The company is reportedly developing a feature that would allow users to write in any text field using the Apple Pencil and automatically convert that text into typed words. It sounds like this would work across Apple apps like Mail, Messages and Notes among others, and third-party developers may be able to add such compatibility to their own apps as well. A new augmented reality app that can help you shop Apple CEO Tim Cook has been talking about the potential he sees in augmented reality for years, and now with iOS 14, we might finally get a look at Apple's vision for augmented reality. The company is reportedly developing an augmented reality application for iOS 14 that would allow you to learn about items and products in retail settings by simply pointing your iPhone at it, similar to Google Lens and Samsung's Bixby Vision, according to 9to5Mac. Apple is said to be trialling this feature with Starbucks. Apple designing face shields to protect US health care workers from virus Non-Apple wallpaper options available in the iPhone's settings menu With iOS 14, you may be able to access third-party wallpapers directly from the iPhone's settings menu, according to 9to5Mac. Apple currently offers various wallpaper collections that include a mix of dynamic, live and still options, and you can also choose a photo from your camera roll as a wallpaper. But with iOS 14, it sounds like Apple may offer other options not made by Apple as well. More accessibility-oriented features Apple is adding more accessibility features to the iPhone with iOS 14, particularly those aimed at users with hearing loss, according to 9to5Mac. One such feature, according to the report, may be able to detect important sounds – like fire alarms, doorbells and crying babies – and provide a haptic alert to the user. Another update would enable the iPhone's camera to detect hand gestures, while another would enable those with hearing loss to better tune their AirPods and EarPods, says the report. We review Apple AirPods Pro: are they better than the original? Real-time language translation in Safari Apple's Safari web browser may be able to translate languages in real-time when the iOS 14 update rolls out, according to 9to5Mac. That means users would be able to translate text on websites in Safari without having to use a third-party app or service, much like Google's Chrome web browser. You'll also be able to switch between the original and translated text without having to refresh the page, the report says. HomeKit updates, including a feature that enables compatible smart lights to gradually shift their lighting throughout the day. Apple is also expected to make some tweaks to the available lighting options for smart lights enabled through its HomeKit platform in iOS 14. As 9to5Mac reports, Apple will add support for a feature that would make it possible for connected lights to automatically shift their colour temperature to match the natural light coming from outside throughout the course of the day. HomeKit-enabled cameras will also get an update that allows them to identify people, according to the report. What new products can we expect from Apple this year? Improved stability and fewer bugs, especially at launch Apple is reportedly overhauling the way it tests and develops new software to reduce the number of bugs and glitches, starting with iOS 14, according to Bloomberg. That should make the software more stable and reliable at launch, a revamp that comes after Apple's iOS 13 update launched with several bugs and issues last September. The ability to set third-party apps, like Google Maps or Chrome, as the default option on iPhones Apple is reportedly considering allowing iPhone users to set third-party apps as the default option on iPhones, according to Bloomberg. Such a move would give rival app makers a bigger opportunity to claim a bigger presence on the iPhone, particularly after Apple and other large tech firms have come under criticism over whether their business practices harm competition. Want more stories like this? Sign up here . Follow STYLE on Facebook , Instagram , YouTube and Twitter . 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