On November 5, Apple released iOS 14.2 to the public. Now, Apple is moving right along towards the next update for the mobile operating system.
Update (11/13/2020): Apple on Friday, November 13, seeded the first public betas of iOS 14.3 and iPadOS 14.3 to public beta testers. This is the corresponding beta compared to the first developer betas, so the software should be the same between the two. That includes new support and features Apple added to this pre-release software ahead of a public launch later this year.
If you are signed up for the public beta and have the proper profile installed on your device(s), you can install the new software as an over-the-air (OTA) update. If you aren’t signed up for the public beta program but want to be, you can do so here.
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On Thursday afternoon, Apple seeded the first betas of iOS 14.3 and iPadOS 14.3 to developers. As is par for the course, this is pre-release software and it’s meant specifically for developers. That means you should probably avoid putting this on your daily driver, a the software may not be ready for daily usage. Apple hasn’t seeded the public beta of this software yet, but that may change soon.
To update, developers can download and install the new software from Apple’s Developer Center site. It can also be downloaded and installed via an over-the-air (OTA) update, as long as the proper configuration profile has been installed on the device(s).
As far as what’s new, there is no word quite yet as the software just became available. However, if there are any new discoveries made we will update this post accordingly.