Apple released iOS 14.1 and iPadOS 14.1 to support the newly announced iPhone 12. New features include improved camera modes and HDR video recording for new models.
It is believed that Apple skipped the release of the beta for iOS 14.1 and iPadOS 14.1 as they would provide information on the upcoming release of the iPhone 12. Instead, Apple began offering developer and public betas for iOS 14.2 and its iPad counterpart.
The iPad Air 4 is expected to be released sometime in October, so it will likely be added to the list of supported devices with this update.
The new versions include support for the iPhone 12, which was announced on Tuesday during the Apple “Hi, Speed” event in October.
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