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Apple iOS 12.1.4 Has A Great Secret Feature




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Despite some significant problems you will know from my iOS 12.1.4 Upgrade Guide that it is [19659004] an essential upgrade for every iPhone and iPad running iOS 12.1 or later And it turns out there's a sweetener as well because
  
Apple
has hidden a great secret feature within it…

'Great Secret Features' and 'Nasty Surprises' are my regular columns investigating the best features hidden behind the headlines.

Apple iOS 12.1.4 makes a significant user interface change Federico Viticci

  

 

Spotted by the eagle eyes of MacStories editor Federico Viticci iOS 12.1.4 has a significant undocumented change to make managing App Store subscriptions easier and more intuitive.

 

iPhone iPad iPad through through 19 19 19 19 19 19 Settings & gt; iTunes & App Store & gt; Apple ID & gt; View Apple ID & gt; Subscriptions ), now iOS 12.1. 4 upgraders simply tap their profile icon in the App store (top right corner) and 'Manage Subscriptions' is there.

For those who like to toggle subscriptions (for example, sports apps during the off season) this switch will be very welcome. For iPhone and iPad owners who may just have forgotten what they are subscribed too, it is also now quick and easy to find out. Checking may even save you money you didn't realize.

So why would Apple hide this useful change?

Apple iOS 12.1.4 makes managing App Store subscriptions far simpler Federico Viticci

  

 

The role of iOS 12.1.4 was to bring a crucial fix to the infamous FaceTime bug which enabled iPhone audio and video to be monitored undetected . Apple promised the fix within a week but then missed its own deadline so any suggestion could have been because of UI tweaks would probably have a hostile reception.

Whatever the reason, however, you will find mention of the release notes anywhere in the iOS 12.1.4 release notes . But it is here to stay as iOS 12.2 beta testers are finding the change is in there as well.

Ultimately, this is a very difficult time for Apple after a particularly difficult few weeks . If you already upgraded your iPhone or iPad to iOS 12.1.4 you should do so now – warts and all .

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Despite some significant problems you will know from me iOS 12.1.4 Upgrade Guide that it is an essential upgrade for every iPhone and iPad running iOS 12.1 or later And it turns out there's a sweetener as well because
   Apple
  
has a great secret feature within it …

'Great Secret Features' and 'Nasty Surprises' are my regular columns investigating the best features hidden behind the headlines.

Apple iOS 12.1.4 makes a significant user interface change Federico Viticci

  

 

Spotted by the eagle eyes of MacStories editor Federico Viticci iOS 12.1.4 has a significant undocumented change to make managing App Store subscriptions easier and more intuitive.

 

iPhone and iPad owners had previously navigated through an overly complicated path ( Settings> iTunes & App Store> Apple ID> View Apple ID> Subscriptions ), now iOS 12.1.4 upgraders simply tap their profile icon in the App store (top right corner) and 'Manage Subscriptions' is there.

For those who like to toggle subscriptions (for example, sports apps during the off season) this switch will be very welcome. For iPhone and iPad owners who may just have forgotten what they are subscribed too, it is also now quick and easy to find out. Checking may even save you money you didn't realize.

 

So why would Apple hide this useful change?

Apple iOS 12.1.4 makes managing App Store subscriptions far simpler Federico Viticci

  

 

The role of iOS 12.1.4 was to bring a crucial fix to the infamous FaceTime bug which enabled iPhone audio and video to be monitored undetected . Apple promised the fix within a week but then missed its own deadline so any suggestion could have been because of UI tweaks would probably have a hostile reception.

Whatever the reason, however, you will find mention of the release notes anywhere in the iOS 12.1.4 release notes . But it is here to stay as iOS 12.2 beta testers are finding the change is in there as well.

Ultimately, this is a very difficult time for Apple after a particularly difficult few weeks . If you already upgraded your iPhone or iPad to iOS 12.1.4 you should do so now – warts and all .

___

Follow Gordon on Twitter Facebook and Google+

More On Forbes

Apple iOS 12.1.4 Release: Should You Upgrade?

Apple iOS 12.1.4 Fails To Fix Cellular, WiFi Problems

Apple iOS 12.1.3 Continuous iPhone Cellular Data Problems

Apple iOS 12.1.3 Cuts Off WiFi – Again

Apple iOS 12.1.2 Has a Serious Cellular Data Problem


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