In the same week that it released iOS 14 to the general public, Apple began to release version 14.2 for developers, in beta. That’s right, the company skipped version 14.1 and brings some improvements mainly in the Control Center of the iPhone operating system.
According to the website 9To5Mac, the new beta integrates Shazam into the Control Center and improves media management, making the feature more complete. Regarding the first, even those who do not have the app installed can use the service to identify music directly using the iOS 14.2 feature.
To do this, you must first have the beta for developers of the latest version of iOS 14, go to Phone Settings, tap on Control Center and look for Shazam, under “More controls”. Then you can add the service to the exchange to identify music quickly and easily.
In addition to identifying songs, the Control Center also starts showing suggestions for content when the playback of a podcast, for example, ends. There are also improvements in the interaction of AirPlay, which now shows content in a pop-up, instead of the entire screen.
The publication also found a new people detection feature on Lupa. It is an accessibility feature to help people with vision problems, which consists of showing the distance between you and other people, using your cell phone camera.
The iOS 14.2 beta is now available to developers. To download, just be part of the test program for developers and search for updates on your iPhone.