Apple has already started beta testing iOS 14.2, but today released an iOS 14.0.1 update with bug fixes.
Apple has officially released iOS 14.0.1 to the public today. This is a minor update, so it is nothing new. Instead, the update will fix bugs and bugs in iOS 14.
The postscript to the update says that it fixes a bug in the News widget and improves the performance of the Settings app. It was recently reported that rebooting iOS 14 devices will reset default apps to default. iOS 14.0.1 should fix this problem too.
Here is the official note for the update:
This update fixed a number of bugs on the iPhone.
Fixed a bug that caused the default browser to reset after restarting the device
▪ Fixed a bug due to which the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus camera might not work
▪ Fixed a bug that prevented iPhone from connecting to Wi-Fi
▪ Fixed an issue that could prevent sending emails in some mail services
▪ Fixed a bug due to which images could not be displayed in the News widget.
The iOS 14.0.1 update is available to everyone right now. Download and install it as usual for free.