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iOS 14: 14 Tips for Apple’s New iPhone Operating System

Personal Technology With Joanna SternSeason 1 Episode 68September 16, 2020Apple’s latest iOS 14 can completely change the look of your iPhoneBy Joanna SternSept. 16, 2020 9:00 pmApple’s iOS 14 is full of new features that can make your iPhone more productive—if you can find them. WSJ’s Joanna Stern shows you how to use the new…

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Personal Technology With Joanna Stern

Season 1 Episode 68

Apple’s latest iOS 14 can completely change the look of your iPhone

By Joanna Stern

Apple’s iOS 14 is full of new features that can make your iPhone more productive—if you can find them. WSJ’s Joanna Stern shows you how to use the new widgets, App Library, picture-in-picture mode and more. Photo illustration: Alex Kuzoian

Personal Technology With Joanna Stern

Technology is overwhelming and making decisions about what gadget to buy is harder than ever. WSJ personal tech columnist Joanna Stern makes it all a bit easier in her lively and informative videos.

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