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The iOS 7.1 update by Apple to release next month

Software update by Apple

Feb 9 2014, 11:12am CST | by

The iOS 7.1 update by Apple to release next month

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We have all been looking forward to the iOS 7.1 update by Apple and we finally know we’ll get to see it during the month of March. We are assuming the information to be accurate since it was delivered by the 9to5Mac. The fifth beta was rolled out by Apple this week and we are hoping for the GM to be out soon now.

With this new update, the OS board is expected to have a new makeover with a couple of changes brought in which are primarily focused towards the User Interface. Some of these changes include the new Slide to Unlock UI which has been redesigned to bring the different look, the new dialer and the new look of the Caps Lock and Backspace keys. The update brings a new feature which allows the users to get rid of the parallax effect of the wallpaper without having to disable all the motion effects. These are just the major changes brought forth by the update and you should be expecting a few changes here and there.

As far as the performance of Apple on software is concerned, there has been a lot of improvement lately. We can take the example of the new iPads which feature the latest beta which is so smooth. You can’t even tell the difference between the beta and a stable release and the good news is that the update will help fix all the previous bugs.

Source: 9to5mac

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<a href="/latest_stories/all/all/32" rel="author">Ahmed Humayun</a>
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