Apple Releases iOS 14.2.1 To Fix Bugs Found In 5G iPhone 12 Series, But Not The One You Are Worried About


Apple last week released iOS 14.2.1 explicitly targeted at new iPhones that have experienced some bugs that have surfaced since the iOS 14.2 release on November 5th. This update added 100 new emoji and also moved the Shazam music discovery app to Control Center. It could make it quicker and easier to find the name of the song you like that is playing in the background of a certain TV show. And if you’re wondering why Apple is giving an app this special treatment, well, it turns out that Shazam was bought by Apple almost three years ago for $ 400 million.

Unlike the iOS 14.2 update, which came with updates to iPadOS, watchOS, tvOS, and more, Apple released the update to iOS 14.2.1 only. It is available for the iPhone 12, iPhone 12 mini, iPhone 12 Pro and iPhone 12 Pro Max. To find the update, go to Settings > General > Software update. It exterminates a bug that prevented the reception of certain MMS messages, fixes sound quality problems on some Made for iPhone (MFi) hearing aids when listening to audio on the iPhone, and kills another bug, the one found on the iPhone 12 mini, causes the lock screen to become unresponsive.


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