iOS 14.7

Two days ago we have between us the ‘Release Candidate’ versions of iOS and iPadOS 14.6, the next big update for iOS 14 which will arrive next week. This version does not bring as many new features as the previous one, iOS 14.5, which included the ability to unlock the iPhone with Face ID via the Apple Watch when the mask is on, among many other new features. However, and by surprise Apple released the first beta of iOS 14.7 for developers,

a strange move that is starting to fill the beta machine for developers in the coming weeks.

iOS 14.7 now available in the first beta for developers

In this sudden way, Apple released the first beta for developers of iOS and iPadOS 14.7. In addition, the first beta of watchOS 7.6, tvOS 14.7 and a new version of macOS Big Sur. With this move, the Big Apple begins the new process before launching a new version of software for its devices.

Throughout the week or at the latest next week, Apple will publicly release the beta of these new versions so that any user can test them on their devices and help debug the final version. However, Apple is expected to officially release iOS 14.6 next week. This version incorporates the new features presented in the last keynote regarding Apple podcasts and podcast subscriptions, among other features.

Apple unexpectedly releases the first iOS 14.7 beta for developers 1

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Apple launches “ Release Candidate ” versions of iOS and iPadOS 14.6

In the next few hours we’ll start to see the new features of iOS 14.7, although so far the ability to add timers to HomePod has only been discovered from the official Home app on our iPhone, iPad and Mac. It is clear that this premature launch will bring even more novelty that has not yet been released by Apple. So, for now, wait.