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Apple officially released iOS 14.1 and iOS 14.2 beta 3

Wednesday, October 14, 2020 13:35 PM (GMT + 7)

In addition to the launch of new iPhone models, Apple officially released iOS 14.1 to fix previous outstanding bugs and improve performance.

After upgrading to iOS 14, there are quite a few users complaining about iPhone overheating, unstable WiFi connection … To fix the above problems, you just need to update your iPhone to the latest version.

Digital Age will guide the operations on the iPhone, if you are using an iPad, you just need to do the same.

First, go to Settings – General – Software Update – Download & Install (download and install). Note, the size of the update may vary depending on the device you are using.

Apple mass release iOS 14.1 and iOS 14.2 beta 3.

In addition, Apple also released iOS 14.2 beta 3 for developers, if you want to experience first, open the Safari browser and visit the website., navigate to the iOS 14 beta section and download the corresponding profile.

Then, users just need to follow the on-screen instructions, reboot the device and download iOS 14.2 beta 3. In case the battery capacity is less than 50%, please plug it in and don’t power off the device. in the upgrade process to avoid errors.

To minimize possible risks, users should back up all data on iPhone using iTunes or iCloud.

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How to upgrade iPhone to a new version of iOS. Photo: iPhonehacks

Update: At the time of posting, Apple has revoked iOS 14.1, however, users can follow the instructions above to install iOS 14.2 beta 3 with similar functionality.


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