Apple launched iOS 14.1 to the public before launching the iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 Pro on Friday. iOS 14.1 upholds the new iPhone 12 highlights just as a long rundown of bug fixes and performance enhancements. The company has additionally launched iPadOS 14.1 with support for the new iPad Air, which will likewise be accessible on Friday.
Apple developed iOS 14.1 for iOS 13-compatible devices, ranging from iPhone 6s to 7th generation iPod touch. Automatically, update notification changes, but if not, users can change it manually in the Settings.
iOS 14.1 serves as a support for 10-bit HDR video playback and altering in the Photos application for the iPhone 8 and later. It comes as the iPhone 12 includes support for recording videos in 10-bit HDR quality. The iPhone 12 is probably going to ship with iOS 14.1 out of the crate.
Notwithstanding 10-bit HDR support, iOS 14.1 likewise addresses a few issues identified with the home screen widget, just as it makes enhancements to the Mail application, Apple Music, and many more.
Maybe the central issue in iOS 14.1 is it introduces a bug variation in iOS 14 where users’ decision of default mail and program applications is reset. First spotted on Twitter, after introducing iOS 14.1, at whatever point the chosen outsider email and program applications update, the choices will be eliminated and returned to Apple Mail and Safari. There’s no simple fix for this, and Apple should give another iOS update to address it.
Besides this, a few iOS 14.0.1 bugs supposedly fixed in iOS 14.1 are as yet affecting users, including sending messages from some the wrong name, WiFi issues, broken widgets, and Apple Music bugs. There are additionally more reports than expected about battery drain. It’s essential to recall iOS or iPadOS refreshes result in higher battery utilization for a couple of days after refreshing while reindexing the gadget.
iPhone users can update their device to iOS 14.1 by going to the Settings application, picking General, picking Software Update. iOS 14.1 is turning out now, so users should continue checking throughout the day if users don’t see it promptly.
iOS 14.2 is likewise in beta testing with developers and public beta clients. However, it’s hazy when it will be delivered to everybody. iOS 14.2 includes new music acknowledgment highlights, updates to AirPlay 2 and Control Center, and more.