Apple has just released iOS 14 beta 3 for developers, and while we are still looking for what has changed, we have already found some visible updates to the Music app and Apple Music. What most users will notice after updating to the latest version of iOS 14 is the new Music app icon, which comes as a surprise. The new icon has a gradient with shades of red instead of the white background, which is somewhat similar to the old Music app icon on iOS 8. The home screen widget has also been changed to reflect the new icon. Earlier this year with iOS Now, this option is also available for Snapchat Stories.
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It has a orange to yellow gradient with the skeumorphic design before iOS 7, with a simple sketch of an iPod in white at the center. On one corner is red, another is yellow, another is beige and the rest being orange with shades and gradients. And there is a dark red musical note in the center. It adopted the flat design with a red to orange down gradient and the musical note became white and slightly updated. The gradient was reversed. This logo was used for iOS 8. Also it was used in first and second betas of iOS 9. This icon was used for iOS 9 Preview, but was cancelled.