Apple Releases iOS 14.6 and iPadOS 14.6 with Support for Podcasts Subscription and Apple Card Family

    Apple iPhone 12 Pro

    Apple today released the iOS 14.6 and iPadOS 14.6 update for all the eligible iPhone and iPad models bringing a couple of new features to iPhone and iPad.

    Apple Card Family

    Apple Card

    The new Apple Card Family feature was announced during Apple’s Spring Unloaded event. This enabled families to create a sharing group for an Apple Card, allowing two people to share a single Apple card. These two people become co-owners of the card, track purchases, manage spending, and build credit together.

    Parents can also add their children to the sharing group and share their spending limit with them for purchases. Plus, parents can also limit their spending limits and put parental control to help their children learn finances. 

    A family sharing group can consists of not more than five members, and the co-owner must be 18 years or older. This feature is exclusively available in the US.

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    Apple Podcasts Subscription

    iOS 14.6 Apple Podcast

    The new iOS 14.6 and iPadOS 14.6 update also brings subscription support to the Podcasts app. The subscription feature was announced during April’s Spring Unloaded event, and it allows listeners to subscribe to their favourite podcast creator. Users in 170 countries can subscribe to podcasts within the app only. The subscribers will get access to exclusive episodes and content in the app. Moreover, they will be entitled to an ad-free listening experience and early access to new series’. 

    Listeners can subscribe to Tenderfoot TV, Pushkin Industries, Radiotopia from PRX, QCODE, NPR, the Los Angeles Times, The Athletic, Sony Music Entertainment, and more.

    Find My and AirTag

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    Now you can also add an email address along with the mobile number in the Lost Mode. Also, AirTag will show a partially masked phone number of the owner when tapped with an NFC-capable device.

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