Apple has once again updated its latest iOS 14.4 iPhone system! The innovation includes new improvements and fixes for bugs and other issues that appeared on the latest software.
According to MacRumors, Apple released the new update on Jan. 21. The tech giant manufacturer has started the system's beta testing process.
Although this is a full point-release number, iOS 14.4's latest update only includes a very few significant user-facing changes. If you want to try the latest iPhone system, you can download it easily!
All you need to do is to go to the Settings and then click the General option. Once you are there, you'll see the Software Update section. If your device is eligible for the update, the section will allow you to click it so that you'll have the latest system.
On the other hand, here are the changes on the latest iOS 14.4's update.
iOS 14's improvements and fixes
Issues that are currently fixed:
- Fitness widget may not display updated Activity data.
- Image artifacts could appear in HDR photos taken with iPhone 12 Pro.
- The keyboard may not come up in the correct language in Messages
- An issue with the delayed typing, as well as word suggestions that may not appear.
- Enabling Switch Control in Accessibility's phone call issue. Users can't answer the call from their Lock Screen.
- CarPlay News app's audio story issue. This bug doesn't allow the audio stories to resume after the user paused them through Siri.
Improvements in iOS 14.4's latest update:
- Option to classify Bluetooth device type in Settings for correct identification of headphones for audio notifications.
- iOS 14.4 can now recognize smaller QR codes.
- iPhone's latest system now provides notifications if a device is unable to be verified as a new, genuine Apple camera in iPhone 12 flagships.
iOS 14.4 to have anti-tracking feature
Cult of Mac reported that the latest iOS 14.4 could soon have the controversial anti-tracking feature. iOS 14.4 and iPadOS 14.4 was said to be having the option to block third-party applications from tracking iPhone and iPad users.
Right now, those who are testing the earlier beta versions of the device systems said that they force their iPhone applications to provide information if they can track users.
The upcoming anti-tracking feature for iOS 14.4 and iPadOS 14.4 was previously teased by Apple at its 2020 developers event. But, Facebook and other apps that rely on tracking users for their advertisements prevented Apple from releasing the feature.
Right now, it seems like the iPhone giant manufacturer is releasing the security feature earlier than expected.
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Written by: Giuliano de Leon.