iOS 14.6 is finally here.
Ahead of WWDC 2021, Apple on Monday released its latest operating system update, iOS 14.6. While iOS 14.6 isn’t quite as large as iOS 14.5, there are still new features to check out. Apple also released TVOS 14.6, WatchOS 7.5 and MacOS 11.4.
With the update, you’ll get a new way to find lost AirTags trackers and you’ll get high-fidelity Apple Music support, as well as bug fixes. iOS 14.6 also marks the launch of Apple Card Family, which lets you share your Apple Card with up to five people (age 13 or older) in your Family Sharing group. Apple Podcast subscriptions are also available now, and a Voice Control feature for accessibility.
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iOS 14 was first released in September before the iPhone 12 launched. Apple generally updates its mobile operating system monthly with new features and bug fixes.
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