The new iOS 14.6 update includes some cool features like Apple Card Family, Apple Podcasts, and lossless audio support. Keep reading and learn what’s new in this version?
With this update, Apple Music users can enjoy Dolby Atmos, lossless audio, and streaming from apps.
What’s new in iOS 14.6 update?
Today, Apple launched version 14.6 of iOS, the latest beta available, which was expected to be released fully in June along with the arrival of Lossless Audio on Apple Music and Spatial Audio with Dolby Atmos on the same music streaming service.
Apple surprised everyone by making iOS 14.6 along with iPadOS 14.6 available for download on the iPhone and iPad.
Because it is not a major version, the company clarifies that this update will allow users to subscribe to their favorite podcasts through Apple Podcast + as long as the content creators offer this possibility.
Owners of AirTags will be able to add an email address as a contact method when the device is in lost mode, this way another user can write to the owner to tell him that he found the object to which the AirTag was attached.
Apple also mentions that bug fixes and security improvements have been made, as well as the problem that prevented some iPhones from being unlocked through the Apple Watch, problems with reminders, and Bluetooth with headphones during a phone call.
How to get iOS 14.6?
Updating your iPhone to 14.6 version is simple, follow these steps
- Open Settings
- Tap on General
- Click Software Update (to download the latest version)
The full release notes for iOS 14.6 are as follow:
- Apple Card Family
- AirTag and Find My
- Voice Control Accessibility: User can now unlock their phone for the first time after the restart with only their voice.
The new update also fixed the following bugs:
- Unlock with Apple Watch may not work after using Lock iPhone on Apple Watch (Bug Fixed)
- Reminder sometime appears as Black lines (Bug Fixed)
- Call blocking extension may not appear in Setting (Bug Fixed)
- The Bluetooth device sometimes disconnect during an active call (Bug Fixed)
- iPhone may reduce performance during starting (Bug Fixed)