Apple has released the sixth build of iOS 14.5 and iPadOS 14.5 to developers today. The latest beta build comes just a week after the fifth beta of the OS was released.
iOS 14 - iOS 14.5: The Complete Guide for iPhone Users
Apple has just released iOS 14.4.2 and iPadOS 14.4.2 for all compatible iPhones and iPad. Additionally, the company has also released iOS 12.5.2 for older iOS devices.
Apple today released the Beta 5 build of iOS 14.5 and iPadOS 14.5 to developers. It also released the fifth beta of macOS Big Sur 11.3 and watchOS 7.4 to developers.
iOS 14 opened up a host of new customization options for iPhone users. For starters, you can change the default email and browser app on the iPhone, and even better, users have an option to place widgets on the home screen. While most popular apps have added support for widgets since the release of iOS 14, you can create custom widgets as per your liking for your iPhone’s home screen.
Following the release of iOS 14.4.1 and iPadOS 14.4.1 earlier this month, Apple has stopped signing iOS 14.4 and iPadOS 14.4. This, essentially, means that you can no longer install iOS 14.4, or any earlier version of iOS if you’ve already updated your iPhone to iOS 14.4.1.
Following the release of iOS 14.5 beta 3 earlier this month, Apple has released the fourth developer beta of the operating system. iOS 14.5 is going to be a major update for iOS 14 packing a number of new features and enhancements.
iOS 14.5 is shaping up to be the biggest update to iOS 14 since its release in September last year. Apple will introduce several new features to the OS and enhance existing ones as well. If you are wondering when Apple will release iOS 14.5 to the public, read below.
For the first time, Apple introduced the Silence Unknown Callers feature on iOS 13. The feature automatically silences calls from an unknown number and redirects them to voicemail. However, the Recents list will still show the number.
Apple today released iOS 14.4.1 to the general public. The update brings minor security fixes to the iOS operating system.
Apple has added an option to change the default music player in iOS 14.5 beta using Siri to Spotify or one of the many other music streaming apps out there. However, Apple has clarified that this feature is not letting users set a new default music app on their iPhone as initially reported in the media.