Apple, which released the iOS 14.5 update on April 26 and introduced many new features to users, has already set its sights on iOS 14.6. The final version of the nominated RC version is now available to developers.
To test this version, you need to have an iOS Beta profile installed on your device or have an Apple developer account. However, we do not recommend installing it as there is a high probability of problems with the test versions.
iPhone becomes more capable with iOS 14.6
The Apple Music app gets spatial and lossless audio with iOS and iPadOS 14.6. Spatial audio provides an immersive audio experience as if the sound was coming from all sides. The lossless sound makes it possible to listen to tracks in the quality recorded by artists in a studio environment.
With this release, AirTags allow you to enter an email address for lost mode. Currently, only the phone number is allowed in iOS 14.5.
Apple Podcast subscriptions will come into our lives with this release, while changes are being made to the interface of the Podcast app in line with requests from users.
iOS 14.6 lays the foundation for the Apple Card Family, which Apple introduced at the April event. The Apple Card Family allows spouses to share a single Apple Card account and have complete control over one person.
It also allows parents to set children’s financial habits with discretionary spending limits and parental controls to learn and share an Apple Card with their children for purchases.
All of the family’s expenses are tracked from a single point and up to five people over the age of 13 are offered to share support through a single account.
What is Release Candidate?
Test versions that are candidates to be stable versions are called RC or release candidate. So in case there are no problems, iOS 14.6 is expected to be available to everyone in the next update.