It’s been almost 2 weeks since Apple seeded the first beta of iOS 6.1 to developers, and today comes the second. As you’d expect, there are not many differences. At the moment the change log for the updated software includes only the a few of the same notes in regards to Safari updates, Passbook changes, and the Maps APIs that developers can now use within their apps. There really isn’t anything significant to distinguish the two from the other, however the update comes in at 98.5 MB in size. I’m sure over the next few days a thing or two will be noticed different.
Also with this, Apple has seeded developers a beta software for the Apple TV, and pushed out the Xcode 4.6 beta 2. Developers out there are going to want to grab the latter to insure their apps work flawlessly in iOS 6.1.
What do you think? Wondering what the “big feature” of iOS 6.1 will be? Have you noticed anything new if you have it? Let us know in the comments, or tweet me @TiP_Kyle.
Via: Apple Developer