The newest update of iOS, version 14.6, was released by Apple on Monday (24) and focuses on audio improvements. The main novelty in the operating system is the debut of subscriptions in Apple Podcasts. Subscribers Apple Music can also enable lossless audio or Dolby Atmos as soon as it is available in the month of June.
For those who listen to podcasts through the apple company's platform, there is now the possibility to subscribe to the app's content to get extra benefits, such as bonuses or ad-free editions and even early access. At news they also include the ability to mark all episodes as played, retrieve old episodes, and remove downloads.
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Other changes in iOS 14.6
A number of other improvements have been added to iOS 14.6. Users who already have AirTag, Apple's location gadget, can add an email as a means of contact for when the tracker is in lost mode. On the Apple Card, it is now possible for five people to share the payment method for purchases in Family mode.
WatchOS 7.5 was also released on Monday by Apple. The update includes bug fixes and ECG notification features, in the Apple Watch Series 4, and irregular heart rate for more countries. Also via the smart watch it will be possible to access the subscription content of the podcasts.
Apple also fixed errors between the wearable and the iPhone, such as the problem with unlocking the phone through the watch. Reminders like blank lines, call block extensions that don't appear in settings, reduced phone performance iPhone during startup and Bluetooth problems during calls have also been fixed.
Users of Apple computers can upgrade to macOS 11.4. The new software supports several graphics processing units (GPU) from AMD. It even fixes bugs in Safari and Preview.
O tvOS 14.6 and HomePod 14.6 were also released, after weeks in beta. These, however, bring only bug fixes, without major news.
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