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Apple releases iOS 14.2.1 to fix bugs found in the 5G iPhone 12 series, but you’re not worried

Apple releases iOS 14.2.1 to fix bugs found in the 5G iPhone 12 series, but not the one you're worried about
Last week, Apple Released iOS 14.2.1 It is clearly targeted for newer iPhone units that are experiencing some bugs These have been popping up since iOS 14.2 aired on November 5th. That update added 100 new emojis and moved the music discovery app Shazam to the Control Center. It makes it quick and easy to find the tune you like playing in the background of a particular television show. If you are wondering why Apple is giving this app a special treat, it turns out that Shazam was bought by Apple almost three years ago for $ 400 million.
Unlike the update to iOS 14.2, which includes updates to iPods, WatchOS, TVOS and others, Apple has only released an update to iOS 14.2.1. It is available IPhone 12, iPhone 12 Mini, iPhone 12 Pro and iPhone 12 Pro Max. Go find the update Settings > General > Software update. This eliminates the bug that prevents some MMS messages from being received, fixes sound quality issues on some Made for iPhone (MFi) hearing aids while listening to audio on the iPhone, and kills another bug, which was found IPhone 12 Mini, Which makes the lock screen unresponsive.

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