Apple will finally release iOS 14 and iPadOS 14 today for everyone.
In this update, the company has made a number of changes, including widgets, an updated dialler, a redesigned desktop, and more. Check out the full changelog in our detailed post .
The size of the update is 4.5 GB. It’s time to upgrade.
Which devices support iOS 14 and iPadOS 14
▪️ iPhone 6s
▪️ iPhone 6s Plus
▪️ iPhone SE
▪️ iPhone SE 2020
▪️ iPhone 7
▪️ iPhone 7 Plus
▪️ iPhone 8
▪️ iPhone 8 Plus
▪️ iPhone X
▪️ iPhone XR
▪️ iPhone Xs
▪️ iPhone Xs Max
▪️ iPhone 11
▪️ iPhone 11 Pro
▪️ iPhone 11 Pro Max
▪️ iPod touch 7
▪️ 12.9 iPad Pro (1st generation)
▪️ 12.9 iPad Pro (2nd generation)
▪️ 11 iPad Pro (1st generation)
▪️ 11 iPad Pro (2nd generation)
▪️ 9.7 iPad Pro
▪️ 10.5 iPad Pro
▪️ iPad (8th generation)
▪️ iPad (7th generation)
▪️ iPad (6th generation)
▪️ iPad (5th generation)
▪️ iPad Air 2020
▪️ iPad Air 2019
▪️ iPad Air 2
▪️ iPad mini 5
▪️ iPad mini 4
What to read before updating
▪️ An overview of all 39 major innovations in iOS 14
▪️ 25 hidden innovations in iOS 14. It’s all here
What to do if iOS 14 or iPadOS 14 beta is installed
Go to Settings -> General -> About this device and look at the Software version line .
Important : if you want to continue using the iOS 14 / iPadOS 14 beta, do not delete the profile. Now you have a pre-release version of the OS installed, which does not differ from the release version. And so you can continue to download beta versions.
With iOS 14 installed, do the following:
1 . Open Settings -> General -> Profiles and delete profiles for installing public versions or systems for developers.
2 . We reboot the device.
3 . We make sure that the smartphone does not see available updates (Settings -> General -> Software Update).
4 . We make a backup copy to iTunes or iCloud.
Now you are ready for the release of the final version of iOS 14, the update will arrive on further
Preparing the device
Before installing iOS 14 or iPadOS 14, we recommend that you back up your device. This is necessary in case something goes wrong during installation, or you decide to rollback to iOS 13.
The operating system may not get up the first time.
On the device itself
Step 1 . Go to Settings -> Apple ID -> iCloud -> Backup.
Step 2 . Turn on the toggle switch for iCloud Backup and wait for completion.
Step 1 . We connect the iPhone or iPad to the computer over the wire and open iTunes.
Step 2 . Go to the section with your device at the top of the program.
Step 3 . In the Automatic Copies section, select This Computer .
Step 4 . Click Create a copy now and wait for the backup to finish.
That’s it, we prepared for a bad outcome.
We install iOS 14 and iPadOS 14
The simplest thing left is to install iOS 14 and iPadOS 14.
1 . Go to Settings -> General -> Software Update .
2 . Choose Download and Install .
3 . We are waiting for the download and installation of the new operating system to finish.