Not too long ago, Apple started seeding the iOS 7.1 Beta 5 to developers for testing purposes and strip out any bugs that are present in the release.
If you’re one of those people wondering about the launch of the latest operating system from the Cupertino giant, a new report from 9to5Mac pegs the launch date by the end of March. It’s the first major update, but it will not bring any surprises, and will come with the same features that were introduced in the earlier betas of the application.
Along with numerous bug fixes and performance improvements, the latest iOS 7.1 is expected to come with some user interface tweaks, with some of them to be found inside the phone dialer and calls on the lock screen. Additionally, Apple might introduce iOS in the car and several other features found in earlier betas.
The folks at 9to5Mac also mentions Apple might schedule an event in March which will be focus on the next-generation Apple TV, and it might be the stage where Apple will showcase the upcoming iOS 7.1 operating system. If any such thing happens, we will update you about it. Until then, just take it as a speculation and wait for an official word from Apple.
Source: 9to5MacFiled Under: Apple, Apple iPhone, Top News