Apple launched iOS and iPadOS14.7.1 surprisingly, fixed the Touch ID unlocking problem

iOS14.7 and iPadOS14.7 were originally planned to be the final version of iOS 14. However, the embarrassing thing is that there are too many bugs in the current system version, and Apple has to suddenly release a new version again.

Earlier today, Apple suddenly released iOS 14.7.1 and iPadOS 14.7.1, which included a bug fix, that is, a bug that some users found before was unable to unlock the Apple Watch when connected to a Touch ID phone.


In addition, this update also brings some security patches.

The new version will be automatically downloaded to the device, or it can be manually installed via OTA by visiting the Settings app. Select “General” on the main screen, and then select “Software Update” to start the update immediately.


Apple is currently testing and polishing its milestone operating system updates by developers and Beta channels, including iOS 15, iPadOS 15, tvOS 15, and watchOS 8. It is undergoing final testing before its fall release.