Apple seeds developers with iOS 7.1 beta 4

“Apple is seeding the iOS 7.1 beta 4 to its testing partners,” GSM Arena reports.

“The company is rumored to release two more versions of the beta before seeding the full iOS 7.1,” GSM Arena reports. “If it keeps the pace it’s currently going at, Apple is expected to do so by the end of March.”

GSM Arena reports, “The Beta 4 of iOS 7.1 is said to bring fixes to the keyboard, contacts app, changes to the phone UI as and more minor bugs.”

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“We have heard from sources that with iOS 7.1, Apple is working very hard to address some large memory bugs and other issues in iOS 7 that have caused crashes and restarts for a lot of people,” Jonathan S. Geller reports for BGR. “Additionally, iOS 7.1 should help unify iOS 7 better graphically, with various user interface updates across the entire system and in apps for a more cohesive feel.”

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  1. Thought I had the issue where music wouldn’t load onto my iPhone 5 licked, but it was back this morning. Kept attempting to load, and then dump. 740 some songs, over and over until I found the file it didn’t like….a file that iTunes previously had no problem with.

  2. I haven’t had any crashes, but I have had “weirdness” that I had to restart my iPhone to solve. Most recently, loud pops and fades during music playback that I’m at a loss to explain. Another time, my wifi kept disconnecting and reconnecting. And my wife’s iPad lost internet connectivity while the indicators all claimed she was connected. In each case, a restart solved the problem.

    Oh, well. Standard for a “point-oh” release, I guess.


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