Are you all ready for the new iOS 14 update
is now releasing iOS 14 to millions of devices and you won’t be waiting for long before your iPhone gets it, if it’s in the supported list
. To take advantage of the cool new features that are coming our way with iOS 14
, Microsoft is now updating its Outlook and OneDrive for iOS apps.
First of all, once you update your iPhone to iOS 14, you will be able to add Outlook and Edge
as default apps, reports MSPowerUser
. Additionally, Microsoft is adding the possibility of adding Outlook and OneDrive widgets on your iPhone home screen. You will also have an Outlook calendar widget to quickly check out information on your home, school, and work Microsoft accounts.
Microsoft offers improvements for WatchOS 7 Outlook and Calendar too
Microsoft has also prepared some updates for the new version of watchOS, watchOS 7
, also coming to supported Apple Watches, possibly in the following days. You will enjoy improvements in the email and calendar complications for the Apple Watch
. The calendar complication will include an indication of your free/busy status, while the email complication will display the count of unread messages in your Outlook Focused Inbox.
iPadOS 14 users are also seeing some new Outlook app features
Now, with iPadOS 14
and Apple Pencil
, users will be able to handwrite their email and the message will be converted to text automatically with Scribble. What’s more, you’ll be able to add hand-drawn illustrations, diagrams to your emails, along with additional formatting options.
Microsoft will also take advantage of the new multitasking feature on iPadOS and you’ll be able to open Outlook and Edge at the same time, copy and drag text and links to your emails. What’s more, you can also drag and drop photos onto Outlook from the Photos app, opened at the same time as Outlook on your iPad.