Apple had rolled out iOS 14.0.1 publicly last week.
The orange dot is an indicator that an app is using your iPhone’s microphone. The green dot will appear when an app is accessing the camera on your phone.
Here is a quick look as to what's in the store for you once you update to the new iOS 14 update.
If you are one of those brave souls who is already testing the developer beta of iOS 14, you can head to Settings -> Accessibility -> Back Tap to configure what two taps or three taps would do.
The new iOS 14 update will be coming to all compatible devices later this fall.
This is the earliest that the iOS 14 source code has been leaked out to jailbreakers, but that may also come with a downside for cyber criminals.
Apple is likely to unveil the iOS 14 supported devices at this year’s Apple Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC), along with the much-awaited iPadOS.