iOS 14.5 beta 5 now accessible to engineers as public release approaches

iOS 14.5 beta 5 is presently accessible to engineer beta testers. This comes as the beta testing measure proceeds in front of an expected release to the overall population at some point this spring. iPadOS 14.5 is additionally accessible to engineer beta testers today.

iOS 14.5 beta 5 s accessible to designers and public beta clients by means of an over-the-air update in the Settings application. Obviously, if the update doesn’t quickly show up for download, continue to check, as it now and then requires a few minutes to carry out to every registered engineer. The build number for the present update is 18E5186a.

iOS 14.5 and watchOS 7.4 incorporate a notable change to the integration between iPhone and Apple Watch. For the first time, your Apple Watch will presently open your iPhone when you’re wearing a face mask.

All the more new features in iOS 14.5:

New “Items” tab in the Find My application for tracking AirTags and other third-party accessories

iOS 14.5 code recommends support for Apple Card Family Sharing, yet it’s hazy if this feature will make the cut for the last release

Horizontal boot screen on the iPad

Updates to the Music application, including swipe gestures, a lyrics sharing feature, and more

AirPlay 2 support for Fitness+ workouts

Waze-like features in Apple Maps and preparation for business busy information

PS5/Xbox Series X controller support

Other new releases from Apple today:

tvOS 14.5 beta 5 – 18L5193a
watchOS 7.4 beta 5 – 18T5190a
HomePod 14.5 beta 5 – 18L5193a
iPadOS 14.5 beta 5 – 18E5186a
macOS Big Sur 11.3 beta 5 – 20E5217a

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