Apple released iOS 14.6, which includes some new features for AirTags, Support for subscriptions on Apple Podcasts, and most importantly, a series of security updates for almost all iPhones. IPAD And modern iPod Touch devices.
New consumer-oriented features in iOS 14.6 are updates to enable “Family Sharing” mode for Apple Card And the Subscriptions On Apple Podcasts. On the one hand, AirTags also got some attention thanks to the ability to “add an email address instead of a phone number for AirTag and Find My Network Accessories.”
And for Apple Music users, iOS 14.6 also includes support for Dolby Atmos and lossless audio (Without losing data), Which is expected to be available sometime next month.
However, the most compelling part of iOS 14.6 is the lot of Updates Security systems that address a wide range of vulnerabilities ranging from things like malicious audio files, which could allow hackers to execute code or reveal personal information, to flaws in essential iOS services, which were previously vulnerable to malware that could theoretically be privileged. Root for Bad Actors.
Apple’s suite of security updates in iOS 14.6 is so important that it covers nearly every major mobile device Apple made in the past five years, including every iPhone 6s and later, every iPad Pro, every iPad Air 2. And later, every fifth-generation iPad And onwards, every iPad Mini 4 and later, and every 7th generation iPod Touch and later
Therefore, even if you do not have an Apple Card or if you do not use Apple Podcasts, it is recommended that all iPhone or iPad owners update to iOS 14.6 as soon as possible.