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- I got similar problem too, start from last week when i used my homepods as apple TV speaker, my iphone se with ios 14.2 control center crash, i was try restart the iphone but not help. Afterward i disconnect homepods from apple TV, control center work as normal again, however i hope new update ios 14.3 will solve this problem.
With all the new features in iOS 14, it's easy to miss the changes Apple made in the Control Center. That's right – the Cupertino tech giant also introduced a few improvements to the Control. Apple released the first beta for iOS 14.2 to iPhone developers on Thursday, Sept. A significant new feature that iOS 14.2 brings to the table is a new Control Center tile for Shazam music recognition. A simple tap of the tile will launch the operating system's built-in Shazam capabilities, scanning for music playing in the immediate area. The developer release includes a few notable user interface changes for media playback controls on the Lock screen and Control Center. Apple has quietly released iOS 14.2 beta 1, which is.
Apple seeded iOS 14.2 beta 1 — the first iOS 14 point release — to registered developers on Thursday. Here's everything that's new.
It isn't clear why Apple has jumped to the iOS 14.2 build. The company may release iOS 14.1 separately as a bug-fixing update, or it could simply skip that point release entirely.
Most of the beta's changes appear to be focused on the iOS Control Center. For example, there's a new music recognition Shazam icon that users can add to Control Center.
The Magnifier in Control Center also has a new 'people detection' option that lets users measure the distance between themselves and another person.
Additionally, there are some aesthetic and design changes to the Control Center's media player, including larger artwork and a refined interface.
Lastly, the Apple Watch app icon has been given a minor revision with slightly different colors and a new band watch icon similar to the Solo Loop.
This is the first beta version of the upcoming iOS 14.2 update, and Apple will likely release a public testing variant soon. Apple officially released iOS 14 to the general public on Wednesday.
As always, this is a non-exhaustive list of the changes we've spotted so far. See any others not on our list? Let us know on Twitter @Andrew_OSU and we'll add them.
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- Apple has quietly released iOS 14.2 beta 1, which is available to anyone with access to a developer account.
- The developer release includes a few notable user interface changes for media playback controls on the Lock screen and Control Center.
- Shazam now gets its own Control Center shortcuts, which will work with any music source, including the iPhone, and even when headphones are in use.
Apple surprised developers and regular iPhone, iPad, and watchOS users earlier this week when it announced that the final versions of iOS 14, iPadOS 14, and watchOS 7 would roll out. In fairness, the new iPhone and iPad operating systems arrive in mid-September, but they usually join the latest iPhones. 2020 is a different year as the novel coronavirus pandemic changed the rules of the game. Apple unveiled only new iPads and Apple Watch models during its September 15th event, leaving out the iPhone 12. The new handsets will launch next month, and Apple will soon announce a different virtual event to announce the handsets.
Apple continued its software surprises early on Friday, rolling out iOS 14.2 beta 1 to developers. You can download the new release on iPhone right now, as long as you have access to a developer profile. If you still have the profile installed on your iPhone, following the final iOS 14 release, you’re good to go for iOS 14.2. You’ll get all the upcoming beta releases as long as you don’t opt out of it.
iOS 14.2 is expected to be the first major iOS 14 update going forward, containing more than your usual bug fixes. 9to5Mac put together a quick video that demos the new changes that Apple has planned for iOS 14.2.
We’re mostly looking at interface changes supposed to improve the media playback experience. The Lock screen features a new UI for playback controls and improved AirPlay 2, and you can expect several changes in Control Center concerning media playback. You’ll see all the other AirPlay 2 devices connected to the network, as well as a source icon indicator that indicates whether you’re listening to Podcasts or Music.
More interesting is the new Shazam Music Recognition toggle that can be added to Control Center. Press the button, and Shazam will tell you what music is playing, even if you’re using the same device to play music, and even if you’re using the iPhone with AirPods or headphones.
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iOS 14 beta 1 also brings an Improve Handwashing option in the analytics menu and a new Watch app icon that features the new Solo Loop that Apple has just introduced. The Magnifier app gets a people detection feature, and the Reduce Loud Sounds setting has been renamed to Headphone Safety.
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Apple will surely talk about iOS 14 during the iPhone 12 announcement event, at which point it might address some of the features planned for the near future, including iOS 14.2. Meanwhile, you can download the release yourself if you’re on the developer channel. A public beta release should follow soon enough.