Earlier today, Apple released the first beta of iOS 14.2 and iPadOS 14.2 to developers. The release took many by surprise since the company had released iOS 14 to the public just a couple of days ago. If you are wondering what’s new in iOS 14.2 and iPadOS 14.2 beta 1, read below.
iOS 14: The Complete Guide for iPhone Users
A couple of days after releasing iOS 14 to the public, Apple has gone ahead and seeded iOS 14.2 and iPadOS 14.2 to developers. It is likely that Apple will launch its upcoming iPhones with iOS 14.2 or the new iPad Air next month which is why it has started beta testing it so early.
A newly discovered bug in iOS 14 resets the default browser and mail apps to Safari and Mail on your iPhone after a reboot.
With iOS 14 finally released to the public, many iPhone users must be wondering if it brings about any speed improvements when compared to iOS 13 or not. And what about iOS 12, iOS 11, and even iOS 10? How does iOS 14 compare to them in terms of performance and daily use?
Apple released iOS 14 and iPadOS 14 to the public yesterday albeit a few hours later than usual. iOS 14 is a big update and Apple’s odd move to release it just a day after a Golden Master release means that despite the company’s best efforts, the release is bound to have some bugs and issues. If you are wondering what all bugs and issues have slipped past Apple’s QA team with the stable build of iOS 14, read below.
iOS 14 is a pretty major update which means you are likely going to run into some issues with it after installing the update on your iPhone. If you are also running into some issues after installing the iOS 14 update on your iPhone, check out this guide with some possible solutions to your problem.
Among all the iOS 14 features that Apple announced at WWDC 2020, the one that got users most excited was mentioned in passing in a concluding slide — the ability to change the default browser and mail app on iPhone and iPad. This means you can use email apps like Outlook and Gmail and browsers such as Google Chrome and Firefox as the default ones instead of Mail and Safari on the iPhone.
iOS 14 brought loads of exciting additions and improvements to the iPhone. You can now add widgets right onto the Home screen, gain access to all installed apps via the new App Library, interact with a compact version of Siri, and more. Don’t forget to check the entire list of 100+ iOS 14 features here. That said, iOS 14 also provides numerous options, settings, and subtle tweaks that help enhance your iPhone experience. Let’s dig in and check out the best iOS 14 tips and tricks that you can start using right away.
After months of rumors and speculations, Apple finally revealed the iOS 14 operating system. At an online-only WWDC event, the company showcased the latest version of iOS, iPad OS, macOS, watch OS, and tvOS. As for iOS 14, the latest update for the iPhone is full of head-turning features, improvements, and small tweaks. We will run through a list of the new iOS 14 features and improvements we’ve discovered so far.
Installed iOS 14 on your iPhone and now facing Bluetooth issues? There can be a number of reasons as to why the iOS 14 update is causing Bluetooth problems, though the OS itself does not bring any changes to how Bluetooth works. Nonetheless, here are some general tips, tricks, and solutions you can follow to fix all Bluetooth woes on your iPhone running iOS 14.