Apple's testing partners have started receiving iOS 7.1 beta 3, according
to a published report. The report cites a "trusted source" who states
that iOS 7.1 fixes a number of bugs while at the same time, adding a
number of new features.
The iOS 7.1 update will be made available to
the general public in March. Historically, Apple releases an iOS update
in January. This year, it is thought that the iOS in the Car feature
could be holding back the release. This feature will allow owners of
certain autos to have their iPhone screen and settings show up on the
dashboard of selected vehicles. So let's see in which month it will be launched.
Labels: Apple, iOS 7, Rumored