Here’s everything new in iOS 14.5 Beta 4


Apple today released the fourth beta of iOS 14.5, a firmware version that brings a host of important changes that could help you navigate through the pandemic easier, express yourself more flamboyantly, and safeguard your privacy.

As any beta version goes, a lot of new features and changes are under-the-hood and go undetected. Thankfully, for you, we’ve curated this list of changes in iOS 14.5 Beta 4 that will let you discover what’s new in the update much better.

iOS 14.5 Beta 4 is only available for developers as of this writing. Public Beta users should receive a similar update shortly. If you are a developer and have a developer profile installed on your iPhone, you can install iOS 14.5 Beta 4 by heading over to Settings – General – Software Update.

That said…

Here’s a list of changes in iOS 14.5 Beta 4

In no particular order….

  1. The MagSafe charging animation is back. It was previously removed in earlier beta versions of iOS 14.5, which was likely a bug.
  2. A new “City Charts” playlist is coming to Apple Music that will enable users to listen to popular songs from their city, as per code found in iOS 14.5 Beta 4 by 9To5Mac.
  3. The “Show Complete Album” button has been reinstated within the Apple Music app after it was removed in an earlier beta.
  4. The Automatic Updates tab within Settings shows a new option for automatically receiving security updates indicating that Apple might push security updates separately.

We’ll be updating this article as and when new features are discovered. Keep refreshing the page for new content.