Just one day after launching iOS 14 to the public, Apple has begun beta testing of its next iOS update.
iOS 14.2 beta 1 is available to download for registered iOS developers. It's rolling out over the air and can also be downloaded from Apple's Developer Center on the web. Also released to developers today is the first watchOS 7.1 beta (via MacRumors (1), (2)).
There's no public beta version of iOS 14.2 available quite yet, but we could see that release in the coming days. You can sign up for the Apple Beta Software Program if you'd like to try new updates before the general public and don't mind putting up with some bugs.
Because this is the first beta release of iOS 14.2, there's no word yet on what changes might be included. Apple is likely going to fix some of the bugs that've popped up in the final iOS 14 release, but we could also see a new feature or two packed into iOS 14.2.
UPDATE: iOS 14.2 beta 1 adds a "Music Recognition" button in Control Center that you can tap to identify music. It works for music that's playing around you and music within apps, including when you're wearing headphones, with the identified song popping up as a notification.