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March 11, 2014

Apple seeds iOS 7.1 update

Apple has recently released the latest iteration of their mobile operating system which brings a handful of new features, including CarPlay, to supported devices which will be receiving the update.


iOS 7.1 is the first major update since the Cupertino-based firm opened a new chapter on their mobile OS back in September.

As mentioned earlier, the firmware update will bring of tons new features to your Apple device, as well as the SSL/TSL security patch which we reported earlier. Here’s the changelog of what iOS 7.1 brings to the table.

iOS 7.1 Changelog

The latest version of iOS is available for iPhone 4 and later, as well as iPad 2 and above. In case you weren’t automatically prompted about the update, you can manually check for update by going to Settings -> General and select Software Update.

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8 Responses to “Apple seeds iOS 7.1 update”

  1. Critic says:

    Finally, the facetime notification fix is included here. There are other apps with the same notification issue though.

  2. jip says:

    ayun nag update na… si kris aquino i uupdate din kaya ung i-phone nya?

  3. Drew says:

    Ang cool ng update.. Sobrang bilis na ng motions at hindi na laggish pag multitasking. Kaso yung keyboard letters parang sobrang bold. Haha. Pero oks yung translucent effect sa keyboard

  4. Chris says:

    how about battery drain? bka mamaya sandali lng battery life, pacomment sa mga nakaupgrade…thanks

  5. Easy E says:

    nakaka-frustrate ang phone ko dahil kailagan nya ng 1.9GB free storage para ka makaupdate. LOL. 200MB nalang ang free ko.

  6. Person says:

    From 5 hours na battery life with 3G always on, naging 8-9 hours na bigla battery life ng 5S ko. Yung iPad mini umaabot narin 14 hours with 3G on. Wow!

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This article was written by Ronnie Bulaong, a special features contributor and correspondent for YugaTech. Follow him on Twitter @turonbulaong.

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