iOS 7.1 beta seeded to developers (with dev release notes)

iOS 7.1 beta seeded to developers (with dev release notes)
We knew that it was on the way, but it looks like iOS 7.1 could be released sometime pretty soon. Apple has just seeded a beta version of the first major update to iOS 7 to developers, and we're getting a look at the full change log too. Okay, it's not the full change log actually, because it doesn't list any of the consumer-side bug fixes. All we're seeing right now are the fixes that developers are getting.

Right now, the newest version of iOS available for end-users is 7.0.4, which was released recently to fix a bug in FaceTime. Although, at the time we also noted that there were a number of bugs still present and accounted for in that version of the iOS software. We're hoping that most, if not all of those bugs will be fixed in iOS 7.1, but we'll have to wait and see about that when the update does make its way out to users. 

The developer release notes for iOS 7.1 reads:

source: BGR


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