Apple released iOS 14.0.1 bug fixes for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch devices
One week after the official release of iOS 14, Apple had to roll out the first update to fix a series of bugs.
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iOS 14.0.1 does not bring any new features but only focuses on fixing and fixing a series of outstanding bugs on previous versions, such as the error automatically resets default apps after iPhone rebooted, an error that prevented the iPhone from connecting to some Wi-Fi networks…
Here are the full changes on iOS 14.0.1:
- Fix iOS error automatically resets default apps including browser and mail after restarting iPhone
- Fix the error where the camera cannot display the live view on iPhone 7 and 7 Plus
- Fix iPhone cannot connect to some Wi-Fi networks
- Fix error of not being able to send mail with some email service providers
- Fixed an issue where images are not displayed inside the News
- app widget
To update to the latest iOS beta, users can visit Settings> General> Software Update , download and install iOS 14.0. .1 directly on the phone. Readers can also perform new iOS updates via iTunes when connected to a computer. During the update, make sure the device is connected to a stable Wi-Fi network and the battery capacity is over 50% so that there are no problems during the update process.
If your iPhone has many errors such as overheating, app crash or battery drain, try updating to new iOS 14.0.1.