This week belongs to Apple, as the third iOS update of the week is now available. Yes, you heard that correctly: Apple has already launched iOS 14.6 RC1, iOS 14.7 Beta 1, and now Apple has released iOS 14.6 RC2 and iPadOS 14.6 RC2 to the public this week. We were expecting the iOS 14.6 public build to be the next update when Apple launched iOS 14.7 Beta 1 and iPadOS 14.7 Beta 1. Apple, on the other hand, is known for surprising people these days. You’ll learn about iOS 14.6 Release Candidate 2 and iPadOS 14.6 Release Candidate 2 in this article.
Unless there are serious security or bug problems, we don’t usually see two separate update candidates. The last time we had two release candidates was when iOS 14.3 was released, which fixed a major security bug. As a result, this iOS 14.6 Release Candidate will address any bugs that you may have encountered in the previous Release Candidate. Apple does not want to deliver any upgrade to the public that has documented vulnerabilities, so Release Candidates are the same as secure.
Since only the iOS 14.6 and iPadOS 14.6 Release Candidates have bugs, a second release candidate for iOS 14.6 and iPadOS 14.6 has been released. The build version 18F72 is present in both iOS 14.6 RC2 and iPadOS 14.6 RC2. And we’re hoping that this will correct all of the glitches, and that the public version will be available next week.
Apple only publishes several release candidates for an iOS upgrade when there are significant vulnerabilities or security problems, as we previously said. As a result, this update will only include bug fixes. If you have a green tint on your iPhone, this update can fix the problem. Apple has also patched the Apple CarPlay problem that some users were experiencing. The update size for iOS 14.6 RC 2 and iPadOS RC 2 is small, and it varies slightly depending on the computer.
Download iOS 14.6 RC2 and iPadOS 14.6 RC2
The update is currently only available to developers, but it will be made available to the public in a matter of hours or days. You will get the update directly on your device. If you’ve already updated to iOS 14.7 Beta 1, you won’t get the update because you can’t downgrade without a computer. So, if you’re running iOS 14.6 RC 1, go to Settings > Software Upgrade to update your iPhone or iPad. To install the update, press the Download & Install button.
Install iOS 14.6 Beta Profile and iPadOS 14.6 Beta Profile
- Visit the Apple Beta program website.
- Then, if you have an Apple ID, scroll down and press Sign in.
- Find the right operating system for your devices on the next tab, such as iOS 14 or iPadOS 14.
- Scroll down to Getting Started and choose to Enroll your iOS software from the drop-down menu.
- You must now install a profile from the following page. To do so, choose Download Profile from the drop-down menu.
- Restart your computer after downloading the Profile. And now your iPhone is set to run iOS 14.6 Release Candidate 2.
You will install the latest update on your iPhone or iPad by going to Settings > Software Update after downloading the beta profile. You can also use Finder or iTunes to update iOS 14.6 RC2 with the entire IPSW zip.