On Thursday, November 5, 2020, Apple officially launched version 14.2 of iOS and iPadOS for compatible iPhone smartphones and iPad tablets.
The update aims to eliminate bugs from previous versions with the addition of more than 100 new emoji, 8 new wallpapers, and support for the Intercom feature on the HomePod smart speaker.
And the internal communication feature of (HomePod) allows families to send voice messages recorded on an iPhone or iPad to the connected speakers. Users can also send voice messages from the Apple Watch, AirPods, and even CarPlay.
Apple also offers lots of bug fixes via its camera apps, photos, voice memos, and weather. The AirPlay menu has also received a redesign. And users of the latest iPad Air computer now get the Scene Detection feature in the camera app in addition to the Auto FPS feature to improve low-light capture and manage file size.
In addition to iOS 14.2 and iPadOS 14.2, Apple has also released watchOS 7.1 for its Apple Watch, which provides support for the intercom feature of the speaker (Home iPod), audio warnings for headphones, and supports the application (electrocardiogram) ECG Native to South Korea and Russia.
It is noteworthy that Apple had announced last Monday the establishment of a new event on November 10, when it is expected to announce new Mac devices.
The US tech giant said: The launch event will begin at 10 am Pacific Time, and will be broadcast live on Apple’s website.
The slogan on the invitations sent on Monday was “One More Thing”, and the company says: The event will be held at its headquarters (Apple Park).
The company said earlier this year that it plans to launch computers (Mac) with its own chips, which it has designed on the basis of ARM architecture, instead of Intel processors. IPhone smartphones and iPads have long used Apple-designed processors, which the company says help extend battery life and provide faster performance.