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Original poster
Apr 12, 2001

Apple today seeded the first betas of new iOS and iPadOS 14.6 updates to public beta testers for testing purposes, with the new software coming one day after the the betas were provided to developers and just ahead of when Apple plans to release iOS and iPadOS 14.5.


Public beta testers who have signed up for Apple's beta testing program can download the iOS and iPadOS‌ 14.6 updates over the air after installing the proper certificate from the Public Beta website on an iOS device.

If you're already on the release candidate version of iOS 14.5, Apple has added a new feature that makes it easy to choose to upgrade to the new beta or stay with the release track, and you'll see the update listed under a new "Also Available" section.

We don't yet know what's included in the iOS and iPadOS 14.6 updates, and there were no new features discovered in the developer beta that went out yesterday. Apple may add new features to iOS 14.6 in a later beta, or it may focus on under-the-hood improvements and bug fixes for issues unable to be addressed in iOS 14.5.

Apple has also seeded a new public beta of tvOS 14.6 to public beta testers, which can be downloaded by opening up the Settings app on the Apple TV, navigating to the Software Updates section under "System" and then toggling on "Get Public Beta Updates" after signing up to beta test on Apple's public beta website.

Article Link: Apple Seeds First Betas of iOS and iPadOS 14.6 to Public Beta Testers


macrumors member
Sep 10, 2009
is it possible to still install the 14.5 RC? I was trying to do that but now its only showing the 14.6 beta. Using the pubic beta program


macrumors 68040
Feb 24, 2009
If your TV supports Dolby vision it’s disabled
What if you set your output to 4K SDR with dynamic range/frame rate match turned on? That's what I do since I don't like being forced to watch SDR content in Dolby Vision. Unless Apple has fixed that issue and I didn't hear about it.
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