Apple Releases iOS 14.5.1 Fixes Issue With Application Tracking Transparency

iOS 14.5.1

A week ago, Apple presented its entire new line of new products, including the AirTag or the new redesigned iMac. The version has also been officially launched and for all users iOS 14.5, which had been in beta for several months. Good news came with this release, such as the ability to unlock the iPhone with the Apple Watch or the arrival of the App Tracking Transparency system. A week after, iOS 14.5.1 was released by surprise,

with a better one compared to the Big Apple’s new privacy system which has caused problems for many users.

iOS 14.5.1 Is Released By Surprise With Improvements To Application Tracking Transparency

This update fixes an issue with the transparency of app tracking where some users who had previously disabled the option may not receive notifications from apps after re-enabling the option. This update also provides important security updates and is recommended for all users.

As we have counted from the beginning of the article, Apple has decided to launch iOS 14.5.1 for iOS 14 compatible devices and also iOS 12.5.3

for devices that were unable to install the new versions. Both share system security and device performance improvements.

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What will the arrival of iOS 14.5 mean for the user?

Additionally, iOS 14.5.1 introduces a fix to a bug related to the App Tracking Transparency system, a new system that allows the user to manage which apps allow users and their data to be tracked. However, many users were unable to configure the system after they first turned it off. This problem was corrected in iOS 14.5.1.

Version is now available and can be updated through the device itself using Wi-Fi updates O via iTunes. Apple recommends installing the update for all users on all of their devices.



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