After iOS 14 ushered in significant changes for the iPhone — iOS 14.5 is here to kick things up a notch
Normally, you’d be inclined to overlook a software update like iOS 14.5. Software updates released between major releases — in this case, last fall’s iOS 14 and iOS 15 which we’re expecting to see this September — offer tweaks, bug fixes, some fine-tuning of earlier features… and not much else.
This is definitely not the case with iOS 14.5, released in late April with enough new additions to make us revisit the iOS 14 update overall.
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