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Apple iOS 7.1 beta for developers released, sooner will rolled out to all new iPhones.

If you have already has or downloaded the latest iOS 7 mobile OS on your iPhones, you might have received the last iOS 7.0.4 update, which fixed some bugs including the Facetime calling. Now, you will soon have to update the OS to the latest v7.1 as Apple already released the iOS 7.1 beta for developers for testing purpose.


If everything goes as expected and by the calculations of Apple’s previous releasing of consumer version after the launch of developer version, it wouldn’t take 2 weeks to be released to the public. This update fixes the issues related to the error when incorrect HTTP requests were sent with TCP FIN for iPhone’s Bluetooth server, when working with the 32-bit app on latest 64-bit infrastructure.

The solution to the problems related to the CTFrameDraw, paragraphSpacing and NSParagraphStyle is in the works. Timer also have been updated in this version of the iOS. With all new, “MCSessioninitWithPeer”, iTunes’ large iTunes Match library will open faster than before.

9to5Mac reports that the iOS7.1 brings one more feel in the aesthetic angle of the OS, including the new message in Notification Center: “No Missed Notifications” or “No Notifications”. You can also upload photos taken by using the burst mode to your Photo Stream. Apart from these, the Yahoo! and Flicker logo and icons have been changed to the latest version.

And another thing, silently, Apple has also released the new Apple TV software Beta for developers. According the release note  by the company, the new software update “enables users to mirror content of an iPad to an Apple TV using AirPlay.” Stay tuned on TND for more update.

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About Ariana Whitmore

She has been writing columns on consumer gadgets since 2010. Her areas of interests include smartphones, tablets, mobile OS and apps. She holds M.C.S. degree and working on her startup, which aims to solve IT support issues.

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