Apple Releases iOS 14.6 With Joint Apple Cards & More—Here’s What Is New

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Even though Apple just rolled out iOS 14.5 earlier this month, a newer update is here. Today, the tech giant is releasing iOS 14.6 to the public, and here’s what you need to know.

The new update features a few major changes, including the introduction of Apple Card Family, which allows your Apple Card to be shared with five other people in your Family Sharing group.

This change will allow families to track expenses and build credit together, all cumulating in a single bill at the end of each month.

Another big change is to Apple’s Podcasts app. It now hosts the brand-new Apple Podcasts Subscriptions platform, which allows podcasters to offer paid subscriptions to their listeners for bonus content.

Users of AirTags will also see a minor change. For those worried about their privacy, instead of listing a phone number in ‘Lost Mode’, you can now opt to leave your email address instead.

As with any update, Apple is also addressing a few bugs, including the fixing of reduced performance, Bluetooth devices disconnecting, or reminders appearing blank.

To download the new update, go to your Settings App and select ‘General’. Then tap on ‘Software Update’ and start the download.

[via 9to5Mac, cover image via nikkimeel /]

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