Apple pushes iOS/iPadOS 14.2 second Beta to developers:new emojis have been added
Apple today released the second Beta of iOS 14.2 and iPadOS 14.2 for developers.
After installing the correct developer profile, you can download iOS and iPadOS 14.2 through the Apple Developer Center or through OTA.
The iOS 14.2 update brings a new music recognition control to the Control Center, which enhances the integration of the Shazam application in the iOS operating system. The music recognition function allows you to discover the music playing around you, even if you are wearing AirPods, you can also recognize the music playing in the app.
Users can add the”Shazam Music Recognition” function to the control center through the”Control Center” option in the”Settings” application. To use this feature, open the”Control Center” and click the”Shazam” icon to start individual recognition. Although Apple devices are already able to use Shazam through Siri or Shazam applications, using the control center option makes it easier to use this music recognition tool.
The new update also includes a”Now Playing” widget redesigned for the Control Center, which lists recently played albums. AirPlay also brings a redesigned interface that makes it easier to play music on multiple AirPlay 2-enabled devices at home.
For people with low eyesight, Apple has added a”person detection” function to the magnifying glass app, which uses the camera to enable iPhone Users know how far other people are from themselves. From this update, Apple should continue to strengthen the stability of the system.
In addition, in this update, Apple introduced the new Emoji 13 characters that were previewed as World Emoji Day earlier this year. The update also has 55 gender and skin tone versions, as well as new emoji that includes gender, such as people with veils and tuxedos People.
As Apple is committed to releasing the new iPhone, the new iOS 14.2 Beta may be tested for a period of time.
Edited on 2020-09-30 07:47:56