On Thursday, apple pushed the IOS 14.2 beta 1 update to registered developers, which is expected to fix some bugs and bring some functional improvements to IOS 14.1. Since Apple hasn’t released an update log yet, iPhone users who don’t want to be fresh obviously don’t have to rush to update. Apple insider, a foreign media, points out that most of the changes in 14.2 beta 1 seem to be concentrated on the control center of IOS. For example, the new Shazam music recognition icon can be added to the control center. < / P > < p > followed by the new “people detection” option in the control center, which allows users to measure the distance from another person. < / P > < p > finally, there is a small change to the apple watch app icon, whose color has become slightly different and more similar to the solo loop strap. On Wednesday, apple officially released IOS 14 to the public. As the first beta version of the upcoming IOS 14.2 update, apple is also expected to release a public beta soon. [image] Google secretly tests 6GHz networks in 17 states of the United States