Apple releases iOS 14.0.1, iPadOS 14.0.1, watchOS 7.0.1, tvOS 14.0.1 with minor bug fixes

By Maaz Perwez
iOS 14

On September 16, Apple launched iOS 14 the latest version of its iOS for multiple devices. The iOS 14 is already out for iPhone 6s and later devices. While alongside we also got to see iPadOS 14 a new tvOS and WatchOS 7. Recently, Apple released a new iteration of the update for iOS 14 that fixes a bug.

The latest iOS 14.01 was released the previous day fixing the bug for default mail and browser support. Previously, we have seen Apple releases new update right after the major update is out. These small updates that come after the latest version of OS consist of bug fixes and performance improvements.

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The latest update can be installed by checking for updates in settings for all of the devices. The new version of iOS brings a lot of significant changes to its UI. The latest iOS 14 and iPadOS 14 now supports the addition of widgets in the homescreen with addition to app library. Not only that, Siri now doesnt take up the whole screen when called and there are few elements added to Maps as well. Apple has also added Picture-in-picture mode to play videos while using any other apps.

Apple will keep on releasing new updates in the coming weeks to fix the bugs in iOS 14 and improve the overall performance. Infact, Apple releases new update on the beta version of iOS 14(iOS 14 beta 2) so users who want to try the beta channel of iOS 14 can head to this link and download the profile to get iOS 14 beta updates on their device.

While the iOS 14.01 and the iPadOS 14.01 fixes a bug related to default mail and browser app resetting to Apple’s browser and mail after restarting the device. So with the latest iOS 14 now you can set Gmail as your default mail app, while Google chrome can be your default browser.

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