Apple is releasing iOS 14.6 with the help of paid podcasts
Apple has started Release iOS 14.6 for regular iPhone users. The main issue on this topic is support paid for Apple Podcasts. From today on, you will see that some of your listening shows also give you good results as sections without ads when you agree to fund them.
I’m changing today Apple to add support to the Apple Card Family. This is another feature the company has recently announced Forward Event. In short, it gives you the opportunity to use Apple Sharing a Family with your Apple Card. Up to five other people can use your card, and you can get things like family tracking and limitations of your choice. The people you invite to your group can be 13 years old – although each sponsor must be older than 18.
If you have decided to carry it Companies, IOS 14.6 adds a path to Lost Path so you can add an email instead of a phone number. Hit by an NFC-enabled tool, the tracker will also display a slightly hidden phone number of the owner. As with other iOS updates, you can expect normal updates and updates. In the case of iOS 14.6, Apple claims that the release could solve the problem on the launch of other iPhones, as well as a virus that can sometimes cause Bluetooth connectivity when paired.
In addition to iOS 14.6, Apple released macOS 11.4 and watchOS 7.5 to all people. The former adds GPU support for AMD RDNA2 video cards, inclusive 6800, 6800XT and 6900XT. As with iOS 14.6, there is also support for payment in Apple Podcasts. So far, the good news for watchOS 7.5 is that the Apple ECG app is now working in Malaysia and Peru.
As always, you can manually launch your iOS device by switching on the Setting app on your iPhone and clicking “Software Update,” which is located under the “General” section of the menu.
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