You can now download iOS 14.5 IPSW links and OTA profile along with iPadOS 14.5. Here are all the details that you will need to know in order to make an informed download decision.

Apple today released iOS 14.5 and iPadOS 14.5 to the general public and it’s gone at the perfect time when device owners have been chomping at the bit to get their hands on new functionality. Apple hasn’t reinvented the wheel with iOS 14.5 – as you might expect for a mid-point release – but there are some new changes of note.

iPhone and Apple Watch owners will now get access to a new unlock feature that will make it easier to get access to the iPhone when whilst wearing a mask. If the Apple Watch is unlocked and authenticated, then the iPhone will also unlock by using the Apple Watch as another authentication method.

iOS 14.5 also introduces worldwide support for 5G in the dual-SIM mode for those with a compatible iPhone 12 device. Previously, those devices were limited to LTE but now offer support for the faster connectivity method that’s rolling out globally. The native Maps app has also received new functionality that allows it to display crowd-sourced accident and hazard information in a similar fashion to how the Google-owned Waze app works.

If you download iOS 14.5, you’ll get access to new emoji characters, a slew of bug fixes, the ability to share lyrics via Apple Music, expanded controller support for games controllers, and a whole other range of improvements that make this an extremely worthwhile download.

We’ve included the links for the final iOS 14.5 IPSW downloads here, so go grab the IPSW and get your update done on your compatible device, right now!

iOS 14.5 IPSW Download Links:

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