Apple has officially seeded the 2nd beta for its next major iOS and iPadOS update, iOS 14.3 beta 2. The new beta follows the turbulent release of beta 1 last week in which Apple released, then revoked the new update more than 2 times amid wide-spread server issues due to the public launch of macOS Big Sur.
The new update will be the 2nd biggest update to this year’s iOS and iPadOS systems following the release of iOS and iPadOS 14.2 earlier this month. iOS 14.3 brings notable front-end changes such as support for iPhone 12’s Apple ProRAW camera capabilities, the return of the “Set wallpaper” Shortcut action, and a new alarm pop-up.
Alongside front-end changes, the new update also reveals new information about Apple’s rumored AirTags and AirPods Studio, Code, and glyphs discovered by 9to5mac show the likely design of Apple’s upcoming over-the-ear headphones, alongside new details on the experience around AirTags. You can learn more about them here.
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