Apple Overturns U.K. Decision to Investigate Safari and App Store
Apple on Friday won an appeal it filed against an antitrust investigation by the U.K. Competition and Market Authority (CMA)
Apple announced a handful of new products at its Spring Loaded special event, and after unleashing Release Candidate builds of its software for developers, the company has announced a download date for iOS 14.5 and more.
Within Apple’s AirTag press release, the company stated, “AirTag requires iPhone or iPod touch running iOS 14.5 or later, or iPad running iPadOS 14.5 or later,” adding, “These software updates will be available starting next week.”
So you’ll be able to download iOS 14.5 from Monday, depending on when Apple releases its final software. iOS 14.5 includes support to unlock your iPhone with Apple Watch when wearing a mask, and everybody has been impatiently waiting for this final version to debut.