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When might Apple release iOS 14.5 to the public?

Por: 9to5Mac Tech March 11, 2021

As Apple continues beta testing iOS 14.5, speculation is starting to mount about a potential release to the public. Currently, all signs point to a release sometime in the early spring. Read on as we recap everything we know about iOS 14.5 so far. What’s new in iOS 14.5? The biggest change in iOS 14.5 is a new feature that allows you to . This feature also requires watchOS 7.4, which we expect to be released to the public alongside iOS 14.5.... + full article



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