Which would mean devices as far as back as the iPhone 6S, iPhone SE and iPad Mini 4 would be supported.
We’ll find out for certain soon enough when WWDC 2020 kicks off in just a few days time on Monday June 22.
There have been plenty of rumours surrounding what new features iOS 14 could bring, and there are some major additions that could be inbound.
According to the rumour mill, iOS 14 may shake-up the home screen by letting users organise their apps into a list view as opposed to the current grid view.
The Apple Watch has an option to view apps listed alphabetically, as does Android, but this is something that current iOS has gone without for years.
Elsewhere there are rumours that iOS 14 will let users change the default app settings, so first-party apps can be swapped out for third-party ones.