Yesterday, Apple has released a beta version of iOS 7.1 to developers that mainly focusing on fixing bugs. Along with it, iOS 7 users can also experience some small cosmetic nips. There are lots of Apple devices users, who were facing problem while dealing with it. They were looking for the next iOS update, but yesterday, finally they got good news when Apple released the iOS 7.1 beta to Apple developers.
On the month of September, the company has released iOS 7 update for iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad users, and the update shows lots of biggest changes to iOS such as serves a new look along with many new features. The release update shows some of the technical upgrades, but when it is noted by 9to5Mac, there are also some nips to the interface.
While you are reading all the messages, for example, the Notification Center, which pulls down from the top of the screen will show a “No Missed Notifications” or “No Notifications” message. At the bottom of the screen, the small notice gives information about the weather as well as stock that come from Yahoo.
The company is also going to add the option to switch to “dark keyboard” in the convenience menu (Settings>General>Accessibility) said 9to5Mac. The settings of camera also offer an option to “Upload Burst Photos” to a Photo Stream.
Apple releases this update only for developers so that they can test it out using their applications before they release it finally in the market. Apple also warns in the release notes “This version of iOS is intended for installation only on devices registered with the Apple Developer Program. Attempting to install this version of iOS in an unauthorized manner could put your device in an unusable state”.
After few days of release of iOS 7.0.4, the iOS 7.1 beta comes that includes a fix for an issue that causes FaceTime calls to fail for some users.” One of the most important points is that the iOS 7.1 is set to expire on 13th January, 2013 that is considered a good sign that Apple is not rushing into things. However, iOS 7.0.3 has been landed few weeks ago that with an update resolved a problem with iMessage. Then in the month of September, iOS 7.0.2 has fixed a bug, which enabled hackers to bypass a users’ lock screen.