- Apple is on a way to launching iOS 14.5 and iPadOS 14.5.
- The upcoming iOS 14.5 version supports some interesting features like AirTag Tracker, new Siri voices, and more.
Apple is on a verge of launching iOS 14.5 and iPadOS 14.5, anytime soon. iOS 14.5 was earlier released in its Beta version in February this year. An update will be featuring some additional attributes such as new Siri voices and a new Face ID feature that enables you to use your iPhone while wearing a mask.
Apple has recently disclosed their new Tile-like AirTag tracker device that will only work with devices running iOS 14.5 or higher versions.
Including the support to the AirTag tracking, iOS 14.5 and iPadOS 14.5 will also execute Apple’s new App Tracking Transparency condition, which needs the developers to ask for consent to track users for ad targeting.
The iPadOS 14.5 will be expected to come with a “Scribble” feature for users to write in five new languages apart from English and Chinese. The other languages incorporated in the scheme are namely Spanish, Portuguese, Italian, French, and German.
The update will be available with certain other features like Siri’s ability to learn your desired audio-listening apps for different activities. This will reduce your manual effort to go on picking up songs from your Spotify app to stream music.
The available features are sure to entice the users to upgrade their operating system as soon as possible. But, It is highly recommended to the early birds to first get a clear picture of the updates, the glitches, issues, and more, and then go ahead with their updates installations. Users need to be certain they have a backup for their respective devices before they proceed with the iOS 14.5 update on their iPhones and iPads.
The iPhone and iPad users have often come across bugs and malware when they updated their devices with the newer versions.