As of today, anyone with a compatible iPhone can update their device to iOS 14.7. The latest public release of the firmware adds several useful but relatively minor features, such as support for the new one on the iPhone 12. There is the option to merge two Apple cards into a co-ownership account with a combined credit limit.
The Home app now has a way to manage HomePod timers, while users in Canada, France, Italy, the Netherlands, South Korea and Spain will now see air quality information in Weather and Maps. There is a filter on the front of the sound in the Podcasts library that allows you to see all the shows or just the ones you are watching. You can update your iPhone to iOS 14.7 by opening the Settings app, tapping General, and then clicking Software Update.
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