Next month, we will have the big meeting of Apple platforms. Like every year, those of Cupertino will celebrate the WWDC. The Worldwide Developer Conference is the event where Apple reveals its great innovations in software. A moment that fans of the company are eagerly awaiting, wanting to know what will happen to all of our Apple devices.
At the moment, details on new releases are scarce. Regarding iOS 15, we know that it would implement improvements in notifications. The possibility of seeing a new lock screen is also being explored. But, for now, we’re closer the new iOS 14.7 update
A few hours ago, Apple released the first beta of iOS 14.7 to users belonging to beta software. For the time being, the news is unknown that you can bring with you. In principle, it appears to be a version dedicated to bug fixes.
Plus, iOS devices weren’t the only ones to have received a new beta update. New updates have also been released, such as watchOS 7.6, iPadOS 14.7 and tvOS 14.7, plus macOS Big Sur 11.5
As we mentioned initially, these updates start testing less than a month before WWDC 2021. It will then, predictably after the inaugural address, when we see the most interesting betas of the year. Betas which, in a few months, will lead to versions that will appeal to all users.
Until then, we can go check out the news that iOS 14.7 has in store for us. Eventually, the version that will bring new features such as the lossless music or Dolby Atmos on Apple Music. Although, as of now, nothing seems to have come with this first compilation that Apple has released.