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iOS 14.6 brings few new features and bug fixes

Apple may be busy cooking up the WWDC21 essentials, however, on Monday, the Cupertino giant pushed out iOS 14.6 and iPadOS 14.6 software updates for iPhone and iPad devices. The update has come with few new features along with security fixes and bugs squashing. Our iPhone SE (2020) just received this new update weighing in at 543.4 MB. To update your devices, Go to Settings > General > Software Update.

The update has marginally improved the battery life and has fixed occasional UI hiccups that we experienced on our device. We will update our findings over time.

iOS 14.6 is here.

The changelog for the update as per Apple is available below for your reference.

1. What’s new in iOS 14.6 2. What’s fixed in iOS 14.6

What’s new in iOS 14.6


  • Subscription support for individual shows and channels

Apple Card Family feature

  • Apple Card can now be shared with up to 5 people which includes anyone that’s 13 years old and above present in the Family Sharing group
  • Support for families to track expenses, manage spending with optional limits and controls, and build credit together


  • The ability for Voice Control users to unlock their iPhone right away after a restart by just using their voice

AirTag and FindMy

  • AirTag will now show the partially masked phone number of the owner when tapped with an NFC-enabled device
  • Ability to add an email address instead of a phone number for AirTag and FindMy accessories

What’s fixed in iOS 14.6

  • Call blocking extensions may not appear in Settings
  • After using Lock iPhone on Apple Watch, the Unlock with Apple Watch feature may not work
  • Reminders may appear as blank lines
  • Bluetooth devices ould sometimes disconnect or send audio to a different device during a call
  • Call blocking extensions may not appear in Settings
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