News from IT House, November 26 At this year’s WWDC20 Developers Conference, Apple announced the introduction of desktop widgets, App resource library and other functions for iOS 14. With the official release of iOS 14 in the fall, more and more users are beginning to use this latest system.
IT Home understands that users swipe left on the home screen to the last page to see the App resource library. Apps will be automatically sorted into categories. The apps most frequently used by users are automatically reordered according to usage. When users install new apps, these apps are also added to the App resource library.
Foreign media Softpedia pointed out that Apple should allow iPhone users to disable the iOS 14 App resource library. Some users said that 84 apps are installed on their iPhones, which are grouped into different folders to make everything easy to find. Although some users often rely on iOS search or App Resource Library to quickly find a specific application, after users classify the application into folders, they can also find the location of the specific application by the name of these folders.
Softpedia said that for those who have a large number of applications on the iPhone, the App resource library may be very useful, but “adding an App resource library on the last page of the screen is not necessarily a convenient choice.” At the same time, some users also think the App resource library is very useful. Apple should add a switch to disable this feature for unwanted users.
In addition, there are feedback from users in the Apple community that the App resource library of iOS 14 cannot be closed or hidden, and the sort order cannot be set separately, and it cannot determine whether a single App is displayed in the App resource library. Nearly a thousand users currently have this problem.