Apple Releases First Open Beta of iOS 14.2

Cupertino tech giant Apple recently released its new operating system, iOS 14, for its users who own smartphones on iPhone 6s and above. Following the major release update that brought many features, the company also released the first developer beta of iOS 14.2, and has now released the first open beta version of iOS 14.2.

The public beta, which comes just four days after the developer beta, is available through the Apple Beta Software Program web portal. Before moving on to the new update, let's say that the iOS 14.2 open beta update, along with the iPadOS 14.2 open beta update, has been released.

Apple doesn't share the update's release notes, but there are some innovations that have been discovered so far. These include a new icon for Shazam in Control Center, the 'Person Detection' option added to Magnifying Glass to measure inter-contact distances, and other design changes to control center.

At this point, users can add the 'Shazam Music Recognition' feature to Control Center through the 'Control Center' options in the 'Settings' app. Once you've made the necessary adjustments, open Control Center to use the feature (hold and scroll down from the upper-right corner of the screen for models on iPhone X and above, hold it from the bottom of the screen for earlier models, and swipe up), and then tap the Shazam icon.

Let us remind you that Apple recommends that users avoid installing beta versions on primary devices to avoid potential data loss and other issues. In other words, it might be much better for you to install beta versions on your secondary or non-required devices and back up your important data even before installing.

You must be enrolled in Apple's beta testing program to download the open beta update. You can use the link here to sign up for the program and access open beta updates.


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