The latest version of iOS 14, while fixing some bugs, adds the ability to play and edit 10-bit HDR videos to the iPhone 8 and newer models.
Apple recently released the latest iOS 14 update for iOS 14.1 (iOS 14.1). The new iOS update will be released shortly before the official launch of the Apple iPhone 12 Pro and Apple iPhone 12 Pro. The new version of iOS hosts some new features such as 10-bit HDR video playback and editing, and fixes a number of operating system bugs.
Users have reported that some iOS 14 widgets have bugs, and Apple has reportedly fixed these bugs in iOS 14.1. Unlike previous versions of iOS 14, iOS 14 allows users to move custom custom widgets to the Home screen. Apple also reported the removal of minor bugs, such as a bug that prevented the number zero from appearing in the calculator app. Larger issues, such as a new Mail app bug that caused emails to be sent from the wrong address, have also been fixed.
The latest iOS 14 update, which is 389.8 MB in size, can be downloaded from the Software Update section under the General submenu of the settings menu. This version, in addition to adding the ability to play and edit 10-bit HDR video on the iPhone 8 and newer models, solves the problem of displaying widgets, folders and icons in smaller dimensions than usual on the Home screen. Some users have said that adding a widget to the Home screen will remove apps from folders, which has also been fixed in iOS 14.1.
In addition to fixing the Mail app bug (mentioned above), Apple reports a bug in the Call app that did not allow incoming call area information to be displayed. On some iPhones, the use of a zoomed display mode and a numeric password can cause the emergency call option on the lock screen to interfere with the text in the input box. Another problem that was fixed was that sometimes users could not download or add music to their playlist while viewing the album or playlist page. Also, the problem of not displaying zero in the calculator has been fixed.
Some users have reported that the playback resolution of the streamed video temporarily decreases at the beginning of the video playback. A number of other users have stated that they will not be able to launch their Apple Watch family members and add them to their device list. The Apple Watch app also displayed some data incorrectly. All three issues have been fixed in the iOS 14.1 update. Another problem was with the Files app. The new version of iOS 14 also improves compatibility with Ubiquiti wireless access points.
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