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While recent reports are pegging a launch sooner than later, reliable sources say that Apple is currently planning to ship iOS 7.1, the first significant update to iOS 7, in March. The iOS 7.1 update is said to not have any “secret features,” and it will basically be what we have been told to expect by the past five betas: some user-interface tweaks in the Phone app, an improved Calendar app, speed improvements, and numerous bug-fixes. It wouldn’t be surprising for Apple to talk iOS 7.1 at an event in March (a month in which Apple has held events in the past), which would possibly be centered around the next-generation Apple TV.

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2 Responses to “Apple currently plans to ship iOS 7.1 in March”

  1. Dylan Joseph says:

    iOS 7 continues to get more ugly and less functional.

    Look at all the wasted screen space on that image with Steve Jobs on caller ID. I used to see a nice, big picture of my family and friends when they called. Now, that’s gone – replaced by a tiny image framed by this lame circle that pervades iOS 7. What purpose does this serve, from a design perspective? Ass backwards.


    • Dustin Quam says:

      That’s not a caller ID screen, that’s the screen you see when you’re dialing out to Steve Jobs. You need the six buttons below the header in order to use your phone properly.