As the Apple Inc is getting closer to release its iOS 7.1 for public sometime in March 2014, today it has released the iOS 7.1 Beta 4 to its testing developers.
Apple released its previous iOS 7.1 Beta 1 on November 2013, Beta 2 software for developers on December 2013 and the iOS 7.1 Beta 3 on January 7th. So, this is the fourth build and two more builds are yet be released to developers before the actual public release in coming March.
This iOS 7.1 Beta 4 comes with various bug fixes such as keyboard, contacts app, cleanup of OTA files to save storage space and added few minor tweaks to the phone UI such as bold text and a new dark theme for the keyboard. It’s also reported that the company has fixed the large memory leaks and random reboots of iOS 7.1 devices.
As the Cupertino releases the new builds, at least 2 more times, the new changes and updates takes place on the software. Could the new OS update be released along with the next-gen iPhone 6? Stay tuned on The Next Digit for more news and updates on iOS and iPhones.
[ Via: BGR ]