Apple announced its iOS 14 update earlier this week and developers are now taking it for a spin in beta form. That means that we’re starting to learn more about the features that Apple didn’t show off during the WWDC event with two of those relating to battery notifications.

As many people have noted, iOS 14 will now notify users when their Apple Watch is fully charged and ready to be worn.

This feature is of particular importance to users who will be sleep tracking using their watch and need to top it up while you do you thing. Now, they won’t need to check the watch themselves or run the risk of forgetting to put it back on.

Another notification tells users when their AirPods or AirPods Pro are in need of a little extra juice. Notifications pop up at the 10% mark to warn users that they should charge their earbuds sooner rather than later.

These are just two of the smaller changes in iOS 14 that Apple didn’t announce but we’re finding more on a daily bases. Apple will likely also tweak these and add more improvements in future beta releases, too.

The developer beta of iOS 14 is available now with a public beta coming next month. If all goes well we expect Apple to release iOS 14 to the public in or around September.

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