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Bryan M. Wolfe
| February 7, 2014
More Confirmation That Apple's iOS 7.1 Update Will Launch In March
“Reliable sources” have told 9to5Mac that Apple is currently planning to release iOS 7.1 in March. In December, a similar report also indicated that Apple would release its first significant update to iOS 7 before the end of the company’s second fiscal quarter. According to this most recent report, iOS 7.1 won’t contain any “secret features.” Instead, it will contain user-interface tweaks and bug fixes. Apple’s long-awaited iOS in the Car feature is also likely to launch with the update. The report concludes by suggesting that Apple could unveil iOS 7.1 at a media event “which would possibly be centered around the next-generation Apple TV.” Apple launched the fifth iOS 7.1 beta earlier this week to registered developers. Like previous betas, this one contained little more than bug fixes. See also: Look Who's Talking: Siri To Get More 'Natural Sounding' Voices In iOS 7.1, Organizational Problems Reportedly Holding Back Apple's iOS In The Car, and The Newest Beta Version Of iOS 7.1 Fixes Additional Jailbreak Exploits.