However, the leaks so far indicate that it will be a major revamp.
Apple also seems like it's changing the way wallpapers are organized depending on the tweeted iOS 14screenshots. The changes are headed for your home screen background, where you will finally have the option to adjust the look of the display.
Of course, these images are also likely from test versions of the new operating system, and might end up being smoke in the wind, should Apple decide to can the features at any point between now and iOS 14's actual release.
IOS 14 might maybe well also offer home show hide conceal widgets and wallpaper customizations for the first time, in step with 9to5Mac and Twitter user DongleBookPro. It shows default wallpapers separated by collections that include "Classic Stripes", "Earth & Moon", and "Flowers". In addition, we will be sharing all new details of Apple's iOS, macOS and other software products on June 14. Similar wallpapers look like they'll be grouped together and you be able to swipe horizontally to view your options. Also, the screenshot mentions a new "Home Screen Appearance" option which will allows users to alter the appearance of only the home screen.
According to a 9to5Mac report, these backgrounds include a spot color, a blurry color, and a dark version, which will be based on the current wallpaper. (On my Today screen, for example, I've got widgets for public transit departures pulled from Google Maps and upcoming sporting events from the ESPN app.) Starting with iPadOS 13, iPad users could pin those widgets to the home screen for easier access. It is said to be related to the Springboard app, which controls the home screen.
9to5Mac says the feature is still in testing and might be scrapped, so don't get your hopes up too much just yet.
Apple is reportedly working to add "real" widgets to the iPhone's home screen, according to evidence discovered within the code of the upcoming iOS 14. However, this feature makes sense with this revamped wallpaper interface and we can't wait to try this out.