Starting today, everyone with a compatible iPhone can update their device to iOS 14.7.The latest public version of the firmware adds some useful but relatively minor functions, such as support for new On iPhone 12. You can choose to merge the two Apple Cards into a jointly owned account and have a joint credit line.
The Home app can now manage the HomePod timer, and users in Canada, France, Italy, the Netherlands, South Korea, and Spain can now view air quality information in the weather and maps. In terms of audio, there is a filter in the podcast library that allows you to view all shows or only the ones you care about. You can update your iPhone to iOS 14.7 by opening the “Settings” application, clicking “General”, and then clicking “Software Update”.
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