Despite the fact that iOS 14.5 has not yet been released to the general public, Apple has already begun public beta testing of iOS 14.6. The Californian tech giant released the first public beta versions of iOS 14.6, iPad OS 14.6, and watchOS 7.5.
Apple releases iOS 14.6, iPad OS 14.6, and watchOS 7.5 public beta
9to5Mac experts have not yet explored all the new features of the operating system, but suggest that iOS 14.6 includes a redesigned Podcasts application, which contains the functions necessary for the implementation of paid subscriptions. An interesting innovation is the simplified transition from test versions of the operating system to stable ones through the “Software Update” item in the iOS settings. In general, the fresh firmware is practically the same as iOS 14.5, but it is assumed that with the release of subsequent beta versions it will acquire new features.
Recall that next week Apple will release a stable version of the long-awaited iOS 14.5. Along with its release, new privacy rules will come into force. In addition, in this version of the OS, it will be possible to change the voice of Siri and a host of other, smaller-scale innovations.
New rumors about iOS 15
Recently Apple announced the date when we will be able to get a first look at the new iOS 15; it will happen during WWDC from June 7 to 11. And although there is quite a lot of time left before this event; leaks seekers managed to find interesting details that will be among the future innovation in iOS 15. Thus, there were reports on a possible redesign of the control center; which will borrow a minimalist appearance from the recent macOS Big Sur update.
An indirect confirmation of this can be the icons of Apple-branded applications; which also recently began to inherit the volumetric design from the desktop Apple OS. Sources also talk about the emergence of a flexible customization function by reorganizing buttons and panels by dragging and dropping. In addition, earlier there was information about the possible return of the Touch ID fingerprint scanner; and even more advanced displays for the iPhone 13.