The most significant update in iOS 14 is the new home screen and privacy.
Apple's long-awaited iOS 14 is nearly here.
Apple is preparing to add support for both merchant-presented and consumer-presented QR mobile payments to Apple Pay later this year, a hidden feature in the second developer beta of iOS 14 suggests. Ultimately, the program will culminate with the official release of iOS 14, which will likely occur later this summer.
Downloading the new operating system gives you the first look at a redesigned home screen, widget gallery and App clips, along with a new Siri interface.
And while you're at it, why not check out what subscriptions you're paying for by tapping this link on an iPhone or iPad.
When the Big Sur public beta becomes available, be aware that while APFS made it super easy to install the macOS 10.15 Catalina beta alongside macOS 10.14 Mojave, there are problems with that approach in Big Sur. Doing so should trigger a reminder to back up your phone in case you need to revert to a previous software version.
If you do decide to install the iOS 14 beta, you should first make a backup of your device's data in case something goes wrong.
Before proceeding, it must be noted that even though publicly available, this is a beta and highly unstable version - prone to be laced with several bugs, including issues that can lead to unexpected app crashes/errors.
You should see a Profile Downloaded on the Settings page.
Apple announced iPhone support for virtual vehicle keys in Wallet at its Worldwide Developers Conference in June, and it's apparently debuting early.