This means that those users who have upgraded to iOS 14.5.1 or iOS 14.6 Beta do not have the “regret medicine” for downgrading back to iOS 14.5.
The official version of iOS 14.5 was launched on April 26.
It is the most significant upgrade since the launch of iOS 14. The new content includes APP tracking transparency function, allowing Apple Watch users to unlock iPhone without Face ID, iPhone 12 series 5G dual-site support, Multi-timbre Siri, PS5/Xbox Series handles, etc.
However, on May 3rd, iOS 14.5.1 quickly arrived, fixing the bug that there was no prompt after APP tracking transparency was re-enabled, and fixing serious security issues related to WebKit.
It should be noted that iOS 14.5.1 is not well received in the community, Weibo, etc., and overseasEven the UP master found, IPhone 12 changes card after upgrade, performance is not as good as iPhone XR. Whether Apple has implemented performance restriction strategies such as frequency reduction on the iPhone on iOS 14.5.1 remains to be further verified.