The third developer beta of iOS 14.5 is finally out. The released version has not revealed any major innovations so far. This version seems more to include improvements to features that were available in previous developer beta releases. Apple has released the third developer beta of iOS 14.5. The company, which completed its work for the second developer beta version about two weeks ago, has now completed the preparations for the third developer beta version. However, the latest beta version does not show any discovered innovations for now. The company seems to have improved existing features instead.
Third Developer Beta of iOS 14.5 Retracted After Release
The second developer beta of iOS 14.5 will introduce some new features, such as unlocking the Apple Watch and iPhone, in addition to refreshing the Music app. The discoveries made so far in the new developer beta version are also limited to these familiar features. However, developers continue to review the new beta version. So a few new features may come to light as of the coming hours.
A few hours after Apple released the last developer beta of iOS 14.5, it retracted this update. While it is not known why such a thing was done, users with a developer account were able to download the update again after a while. Currently, the build number of this update is “18E5164h“. Developers can start using this version by updating over the air.
By the way; The three and later developer beta versions of iOS 14.5 may not offer major innovations. So if there is a feature you expect, you may not see it in this version. Because the company will switch to public beta versions after one or more developer beta versions. In this process, rather than new features, the focus will be on the development of features that have emerged to date. So it would be a better approach not to keep high expectations about the latest developer beta.