A couple of weeks back, Apple released the third beta of iOS 7.1 to developers, and is apparently ready to make the fourth version available. According to a report over at BGR.com, iOS 7.1 beta 4 (build 11D5127c) is currently in testing. Apple almost always offers a build of the software to its testing partners which include carrier testing, before making it available to app developers for wide-spread use. With it being in testing now, the site predicts that developers will be able to get their hands on it from tomorrow.
The latest version has been released to fix a hat-load of bugs, including keyboard problems, the contacts app, some more user interface changes and some memory bugs causing phones/devices to crash and reboot sporadically. All-in-all, Apple is purportedly scheduling public release for some time in March after the software has been through around 6 different beta builds. We’ll find out shortly whether or not this prediction is accurate.
Also read: What’s new in iOS 7.1