Apple has quickly moved onto its second round of developer betas for its operating system updates, with new builds of iOS 14.2, iPadOS 14.2, watchOS 7.1, and tvOS 14.2 now available for testing alongside the ninth for macOS Big Sur.
Apple's handwriting recognition in the Apple Pencil relies on recognizing strokes, an interview with Craig Federighi reveals, while new features such as iPadOS' Scribble rely on massive amounts of onboard machine learning processing.
Shortly after the milestone releases, Apple has made available its first downloadable updates for the iPhone, iPad, and Apple Watch bringing each up to iOS 14.0.1, iPadOS 14.0.1, watchOS 7.0.1 and tvOS 14.0.1.
An update to Procreate arriving on Monday promises a "huge leap forward" for the creative tool, including new general filters and versions specifically for the Apple Pencil, and AR-based face painting.
Your hosts review the "Time Flies" event, compare the new Apple Watch models, discuss the refreshed iPad Air, iOS 14 widgets and changing default apps, plus Spotify's complaint over the Apple One services bundle.