iOS 14.1 update doesn’t sort out the battery draining issue on the iPhone which was introduced with iOS 14.
Apple has released iOS 14.1 and iPadOS 14.1 updates for compatible iPhone and iPad models. The new update comes less than a month after the company rollouts the iOS 14 update. Alongside various improvements and bug fixes, the new update brings 10-bit HDR video playback and editing support.
What’s new in iOS 14.1 update
As per the changelog provided by Apple, in new updates adds support for 10-bit HDR playback and editing support for the iPhone 8 and later models. In iPhone 12 series brings 10-bit HDR video recording and while enabling the same experience isn’t possible in later iPhone models due to hardware limitations. iPhone users will now be able to watch and edit videos they receive from the latest iPhone 12 series.
The new updates fix the problem that was causing some widgets, folders, and icons to appear inappropriate size on the home screen. It also fixes the issue where dragging widgets on the home screen could remove apps from folders. The update also fixes the issue where emails were sent from an incorrect alias.
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iOS 14.1 update fix the lock screen emerging call button to overlap with the text input box when zoomed display mode was enable alongside an alphanumeric passcode. Similarly in Calculator app that could prevent zeros from appearing on the screen.
The iOS update also fixes a couple of problems related to the Apple Watch. In one case, some users were prevented from setting up a family member’s Apple Watch, while in the other one, the Apple Watch case material was displayed incorrectly in the Apple Watch app.
What’s new in iPad 14.1 update
Just like iOS update, iPadOS new update also fix the widgets and icons problem. It also brings 10-bit HDR video playback and editing support for iPad pro (2nd generation) and later models, iPad Pro 11-inch, iPad Pro 10.5-inch, iPad Air (3rd generation) and iPad mini (5th generation).