Apple has released the new iOS 14.1 and iPad 14.1 systems, an update for the operating system of its iPhone mobiles and iPad tablets that incorporates support for playing and editing 10-bit HDR videos and that fixes a series of errors in the systems.
The US manufacturer released in September the new version of its operating systems, including iOS 14 and iPadOS 14, and since then it had already distributed a security update to fix bugs in the default apps and in the newly introduced ‘widgets’ – iOS and iPadOS 14.0.1-.
Now, their operating systems are updated again and the new versions iOS 14.1 and iPadOS 14.1 are already available from this Tuesday to be installed on compatible iPhones and iPads.
The new versions incorporate a new feature, support for 10-bit HDR videos, which can be played and edited from the Photos application, by default on Apple devices.
This feature will come to iPhone 8 and all later models, as well as 12.9-inch iPad Pro (2nd generation and later), 11-inch and 10.5-inch iPad Pro, 3rd generation iPad Air and later and the fifth-generation iPad Mini.
Likewise, iOS 14.1 also solves a total of 12 errors in the iPhones system, such as a problem that shows the ‘widgets’ and windows in reduced size in the main window and another problem in which when dragging ‘widgets’ to the screen main apps could be removed from folders.
The errors in iOS also include a problem in the Mail app that sent messages with the wrong name, fixes an error where information about the region was not displayed in calls or the number zero was hidden in the calculator, among others.
For its part, iPadOS 14.1 solves five errors, some problems also present in iOS (such as the ‘widgets’ and mail) and others that prevented users from being able to download songs and add them to the library or that reduced the quality of the resolution in the videos at the beginning of the playback, among others.
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