On Wednesday, Apple provided developers with the beta version of macOS Sonoma 14.1. This release comes the day after the company made Sonoma 14 available to the general public.
The 14.1 update addresses a problem where Remote Widgets may not display properly if an iPhone and Mac are using different operating systems (such as iOS 16 and macOS Sonoma). The notes suggest two solutions for any problems with Wallet and WidgetKit that developers may encounter. These release notes are intended for developers and their tools or reports, and there may be additional updates or modifications not listed here.
Solution: Use an iPhone to add them to the Wallet app.
- In widgets
By default, the content does not animate. (107582710)
To specifically ask for an animation, use the function setAnimationEnabled() as a workaround.
It is uncertain if Sonoma 14.1 will include any fresh additions. A few features in Sonoma were not accessible during the initial launch and are expected to be added at a later time.
If you’re curious about testing the beta versions, check out our guide for downloading the macOS Sonoma beta.