Qt 6.2.2 Release has been announced for general availability. This release comes with a host of updates including security updates, bug fixes, a new MinGW compiler, two more modules added.
MinGW toolchain version 11.2.0 is now bundled with the Qt 6.2.2 Release. With this version, users can now take advantage of the new Qt Multimedia module.
The other two additional re-introducing modules from Qt 5 include:
Qt Application Manager: Used to create embedded Linux systems that have a highly complex UI setup. The main functional blocks of the application manager are Wayland Window Compositor, Application Launcher, User Input Management, Notifications, and Application Installation.
Qt Interface Framework (earlier called Qt IVI): this provides both the tools and the core APIs, for you to implement Middleware APIs, Middleware backends, and Middleware services. The module provides a flexible way to define new APIs via an Interface Definition Language (IDL) and generate classes for use, from C++ and QML.
Please note that though these modules are available for commercial and open-source users, binaries of these modules are only offered for the users having a valid commercial license to the modules.
For details of all the bug fixes, performance enhancements, and security fixes, you can check out the release notes here.
Meanwhile, the easiest way to get this update is to use the maintenance tool or do a clean installation by using the Qt Online Installer. Qt for Python is not yet available with this Qt 6.2.2 Release.