Just a week ago, Apple released the seventh beta of iOS 14.5 and iPadOS 14.5, and just released the eighth version of these operating systems for developers.
Taking into account that today he also announced his next virtual event for the next Tuesday, It should be noted that in said keynote news of these new versions will be presented and finally they will be released for all users.
Apple launched some time ago iOS 14.5 beta 8 and iPadOS 14.5 beta 8 for developers, a week after the release of the seventh version. It comes after Apple officially announced its event on April 20, where we expect Tim Cook and his team to present the iOS 14.5 news to the public.
These include a variety of new features, including the ability to unlock your iPhone using Apple Watch, as is currently the case with Macs and the new Siri voices.
The current new version of iOS 14.5 beta 8 is available to developers and public beta users via an update OTA in the Settings app. As usual, if the update does not appear immediately for download, keep checking as it sometimes takes a few minutes to roll out to all registered developers. The version number for today’s release is 18E5199a.
While waiting for the release of the version Candidate for version iOS 14.5Now, it seems likely that Apple will do so after next week’s event. He surely wants to do it like that so as not to unveil in advance new devices that will be presented at the event next Tuesday, such as a new iPad Pro, or the AirTags which make so much noise.
If these devices are finally presented on Tuesday, they will appear in the iOS 14.5 RC code, and Apple wants to keep us in doubt until next Tuesday’s keynote.