On the home screen, you’ll see the iconic grid of apps, but with one extra row thanks to the taller 18:9 display.
Note the home button peeking through at the bottom of the screen.
Above the dock on the bottom, there are two special rows. You can set them up as regular apps, but they'll default to the now-familiar Siri suggestions. Based on a number of factors (including location), Siri serves up apps you might want to use, and with improved machine learning, those suggestions will be even better than they are today. Here's what you might see at home.
Swipe left from the main home screen and you’ll see the widget screen. Our iPhone 2020 brings a new layout: Inspired by iOS 11's revamped Control Center, the design now has half-size square widgets in addition to the full-length ones, with graphics influenced by the Siri cards in watchOS 4.
Siri's suggestions change depending on your location — you don't want to see the same apps when you're out as you do at home.
Here's what Siri might call up when you're working.