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Apple releases iOS 14.2.1 for iPhone 12 with bug fixes


Apple released iOS 14.2.1 today, November 19. The update does not contain any new features and was released at the end of the week, indicating its urgency. Usually in Cupertino, they try to release fresh versions of their operating systems on Tuesdays, but that is when it comes to scheduled updates. And the purpose of this kind of patch is precisely to fix errors and vulnerabilities made by the company’s developers when designing the previous version of iOS. However, not everyone will be able to install iOS 14.2.1.

Apparently, Apple released iOS 14.2.1 for only four smartphones: iPhone 12 mini, iPhone 12, iPhone 12 Pro and iPhone 12 Pro Max . At least, the update did not reach other smartphones of the company, and among the iPad it was not received at all by any model. Apparently, it is affected by the range of fixes typical only for new smartphones and uncharacteristic for those that were released earlier.

What’s new in iOS 14.2.1

  • Fixed a bug that prevented the receipt of MMS messages;
  • Fixed issues with the sound quality on MFi hearing aids;
  • Addresses an issue that prevented iPhone 12 mini from recognizing screen touches.

That’s all. The list of fixes, frankly speaking, turned out to be rather narrow. And if we throw out the change that returns the iPhone 12’s ability to receive MMS-messages, then their number will generally tend to zero.

iPhone green screen

This is rather strange, considering that iOS 14.2 and the iPhones themselves had much more problems. There is just a bug causing the iPhone 12 screens to turn green, regardless of the model. As reported by users, this happened out of the blue, regardless of any updates released.

It is obvious that Apple will not limit itself to iOS 14.2.1, but will soon release at least one more update. It should come out before the release of iOS 14.3, whose testing at the company began a week ago.

Most likely, the update will have the number 14.2.2 and will contain a number of fixes, including the elimination of the problem that prevented the passage of messages in public chats, as well as a bug that provoked the substitution of names when sending mail messages.


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