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By Dan Moren for Macworld
As we get further away from this year’s Worldwide Developers Conference, the reality of Apple’s latest OS upgrades are beginning to sink in. That’s even more the case this week, as the release of Apple’s public betas for iOS, iPadOS, tvOS, and macOS arrived slightly earlier than expected.
Of course, betas, like the future, are always in motion, and there’s no guarantee that what we see now is what will end up shipping in the fall–but usually the tweaks between then and now are on the minor side, more about stability and usability than big foundational changes.
And so, with the public betas in hand, it’s becoming clear which of our much-hoped-for improvements we won’t be getting this fall. Like many, I have my own personal list of features that I’d hoped to see Apple implement, but am now coming to terms with the fact that I may have to wait for iOS 14.