- Apple has released the first beta of iOS 14.6, iPadOS 14.6.
- The public beta will be the same as the first developer beta version that was rolled out earlier this week.
- Apple has not yet revealed what changes it has made in iOS 14.6, iPadOS 14.6.
After recently releasing iOS 14.5 for its devices, Apple has just released the public betas of its iOS 14.5, iPad OS 14.5, and tvOS 14.5 for its iPhones, iPads, and Apple TV series ahead of its virtual WWDC 2021 in June.
Anyone can download the public beta version of iOS 14.6 from Apple’s Beta Software Program website. You can easily install the latest software if your device is eligible for the update.
It’s likely that iOS 14.6 includes new features in the Apple Podcasts app for the upcoming Apple Podcasts Subscriptions platform. If you’re already on the release candidate version of iOS 14.5, Apple has added a new feature that makes it easy to choose to upgrade to the new beta or stay with the release track, and you’ll see the update listed under a new “Also Available” section.
Apple is currently gearing up for its WWDC 2021 conference that will be held in June. Therefore, one of the most valuable companies in the world is releasing updates and updates before it finally launches full version updates of its software at the much-awaited event.
How to get the new iOS 14.6 beta?
Users interested in trying out Apple’s new iOS, iPadOS, and tvOS 14.6 versions can head over to the Apple Beta Software Program website and install the software on eligible phones.
As usual, if the update does not immediately appear for download, keep checking, as it sometimes takes a few minutes to roll out to all registered developers. The build number for today’s release is 18F5046f.
Besides iOS 14.6, Apple very soon releases watchOS 7.4 and macOS 11 as well. The firm has already rolled out the RC version of an upcoming macOS Big Sur 11.3 update to developers.
Instead of simply appearing as the next available update, the iOS 14.6 (and iPadOS 14.6) beta now shows up in a new section, listed as “Also Available.” Tapping on this will take you to the normal update screen for that version, but you can also choose to ignore it entirely; it won’t be automatically install unless you quite specifically choose to go down that road.
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