IOS 14.1 released today with bug fixes in widgets

The present day is released iOS 14.1 with bug fixes and compatibility with iPhone 12 prior to the official launch of iPhone 12 Y iPhone 12 Pro of this Friday.

IOS 14.1 Released with Bug Fixes and iPhone 12 Compatibility

iOS 14.1 offers compatibility with new iPhone 12 featuresas well as a long list of bug fixes and performance improvements.

Manzana has also launched iPadOS 14.1 with support for the new iPad Air, which will also be available next Friday.

iOS 14.1 provides support for 10-bit HDR video playback and editing in the Photos app for iPhone 8 and later. This occurs as a result of the iPhone 12 add support for recording 10-bit HDR quality videos. The iPhone 12 will most likely ship with iOS 14.1 out of the box.

In addition to 10-bit HDR support, iOS 14.1 also fixes various issues related to home screen widgets, as well as makes improvements to the app. Mail, Apple Music, and more.

The improvements for this new update of iOS 14:

  • Adds support for 10-bit HDR video playback and editing in Photos for iPhone 8 and later
  • Fixes an issue where some widgets, folders, and icons appear reduced in size on the home screen.
  • Fixes an issue where dragging widgets onto the home screen could remove apps from folders
  • Fixes an issue where some emails in Mail were sent from the wrong alias.
  • Fixes an issue that could prevent incoming calls from displaying region information.
  • Addresses an issue on some devices where the selection of the expanded display mode and an alphanumeric passcode could cause the emergency call button on the lock screen to overlap with the text entry box
  • Addresses an issue where some users were occasionally unable to download or add songs to their library while viewing an album or playlist.
  • Fixes an issue that could prevent zeros from appearing in the Calculator.
  • Resolves an issue where the resolution of the video stream could be temporarily lowered at the start of playback
  • Addresses an issue that prevented setting up a family member’s Apple Watch for some users.
  • Resolves an issue where the Apple Watch case material was displayed incorrectly in the Apple Watch app
  • Addresses an issue in the Files app that could cause some MDM-managed cloud service providers to incorrectly display content as unavailable
  • Improves compatibility with Ubiquiti wireless access points

You can update your iPhone to iOS 14.1 by heading to the Settings app, choosing General, then choosing Software Update.

iOS 14.1 it’s rolling out now, so if you don’t see it right away, keep checking it out for the rest of the day.