Apple has released updated iOS 7.1 public version with support for new CarPlay feature, improved Touch ID, UI, Siri and much more.
As it is already expected, Apple has finally released the public version of its most advanced mobile operating system iOS 7.1. March is the expected month of launch.
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Apple ships iOS 7.1 with new updates and improvements. iOS 7.1 now comes with more refined UI, , bug fixes, improvements and new features. The most important feature added in iOS 7.1 is Apple’s CarPlay that allows users to use an iPhone while driving. Apple has also made some other updates and improvements in its latest OS.
The user interface is well-refined and gives an updated look and feel to iOS 7. And the Siri feature is also updated and now supports a “push-to-talk” option. Now Siri knows when to stop listening. It means that you can manually control when Siri listens by holding down the Home button while you speak, and release it when you’re done.
As far as the bug fixes are concerned, Apple has fixed the occasional Home screen crash bug in its latest public version of iOS 7.1. Other improvements include a dedicated list and tray view button in Calendar, power toggle and phone animation and shape changes throughout the system as well as animation speed improvements.
The camera functionality is also improved. The camera will automatically enable HDR in iPhone 5S. Actually there is a new auto HDR mode with an indicator that tells when HDR will be activated. And another indicator in the camera will activate the light via auto flash. The Touch ID fingerprint recognition system is also improved.
And the updated iOS 7.1 OS provides stability to iPhone 5. It also speeds up iPhone 4 and the older iPhone users can enjoy improved responsiveness and performance by installing the latest iOS 7 OS.