If you own an iPhone running Apple iOS 7 and have been experiencing random reboots and crashes as you have been using the phone’s features, you will be pleased to know that Apple are preparing to release a new update in the coming weeks that will correct the issue and return service to normal.
Apple has been aware of the bug which randomly causes iPhone smartphones running iOS 7 to reboot without warning, and earlier this week Apple released its Apple iOS 7.1 Beta 4 software to developers, indicating that the next release will include a variety of bug fixes and tweaks to iOS 7.
The latest Apple iOS 7.1 Beta 4 release includes a number of changes, including tweaks to the lock screen slide bar bar and the slide to power off at the top of the display. Also the MacRumors website has reported there will also be a new voice for Siri available in the UK on the iPad, as well as message scrolling tweaks and improvements.
Other changes in the Apple iOS 7.1 Beta 4 include a small change when you are add a new contact from the dialler within the phone application. There is now a + sign next to the phone number instead of the previous ‘add to contact’ which used to appear under the phone number on iOS 7.
Apple has made no indication when it will be releasing the new Apple iOS 7 update to correct the random rebooting issue, but as soon as it becomes available we will keep you updated.
Source: Ars Technica
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