On monday Apple officially launched both iOS 14.3 and iPadOS 14.3 to the general public. This is a pretty big update for the iOS and iPadOS, welcoming new features to the mix for both.
Here’s the official changelog for iOS 14.3:
iOS 14.3 includes support for Apple Fitness+ and AirPods Max. This release also adds the ability to capture photos in Apple ProRAW on iPhone 12 Pro, introduces Privacy information on the App Store, and includes other features and bug fixes for your iPhone.
Note: this update is delivered only for iPhone 12 mini, iPhone 12, iPhone 12 Pro and iPhone 12 Pro Max.
With iOS 14.2.1, Apple is aiming to fix some issues for iPhone owners. The primary fix is for the iPhone 12 mini, with the software meant to fix a bug that could cause the Lock Screen to become unresponsive.
With this software update installed, this should no longer be an issue for iPhone 12 mini owners.
In addition, iOS 14.2.1 fixes an issue where some MMS messages may not have been received. Also, the software update addresses an issue where some Made for iPhone hearing devices could have sound quality issues when listening to audio from an iPhone.
Latest iOS 14.2 update mainly focuses on the Control Center, introducing a new Music Recognition toggle. Yes, that’s right, the new control center toggle will instantly use Shazam to recognize music around you.
Apple made it faster and easier to use its music recognition app, Shazam, by adding this toggle in iOS Control Center. If you updated and don’t have it yet, make sure to check the Settings app > Control Center > Music Recognition toggle ON.
Sometimes you just need to identify exactly the device your are holding in your hands to see its specs, features or just to simply know the exact firmware you need to download in order to restore your iPhone, iPad, iPod or AppleTV.
getiOS.com is here to help you; we’ve included in our website a very simple and easy way to do that. Follow this link to get to the iDevice identifier. Just look up the A-model printed on your iDevice and insert it in the search box. We’ll provide useful information about your iDevice in seconds.
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