iOS and iPadOS 14.1 are officially released: iPhone 8 updated models support 10-bit HDR video

Wednesday, October 21, 2020, 10:32 GMT 

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Apple today launched iOS and iPadOS 14.1 with the forthcoming launch of the iPhone 12 series. The major iOS 14.1 updates are as follows:

The iPhone 8 and later versions allow 10-bit HDR video playback and editing in “Images”

Solved the issue of lowering the scale of certain widgets, files and icons shown on the home screen

Addressed a problem where the program could be deleted from the folder by dragging widgets on the home screen

“Solved a problem where certain emails were sent from the wrong avatar in” Mail

Corrected a problem where the area data could not be shown for incoming calls Corrected a problem that could allow the alphanumeric password text input box to interfere with the locked screen 911 call button when the magnified display mode was selected on certain smartphones.

Solved the issue that certain users would not be able to stream or link songs to their catalog periodically while browsing albums or playlists

Solved a problem where in the “Calculator” zeros could not be seen

The issue that streaming video resolution can temporarily decrease when playback begins has been solved.

Fixed a problem that stopped Apple Watch for family members from being set up by some users

The concern that the Apple Watch case content was wrongly presented in the Apple Watch App has been resolved

Solved a problem in the “Files” app that would cause some MDM-managed cloud service providers to inappropriately view content as inaccessible

Improved the compatibility of wireless Ubiquiti access points