by Brent Dirks
March 10, 2014
Apple has interestingly released builds of iOS 7.1 for two new iPads. The pair of new tablets are referred to as iPad 4,3 and iPad 4,6. Currently, iPad 4,1 and 4,2 are the Wi-Fi and cellular-enabled versions of the iPad Air. Both versions of the iPad mini with Retina display are known as iPad 4,4 and iPad 4,5. Since new iPad models haven’t been announced, the two new versions are likely just optimized for specific networks, with China definitely being a good possibility. The iPhone officially arrived at China Mobile in January. The world’s largest carrier has more than 760 million subscribers, and adding a cellular-enabled iPad Air and iPad mini to the mix would make a lot of sense. Version 7.1 of iOS has been long anticipated and comes with a significant amount of bug fixes and other visual improvements. Along with adding CarPlay support, Apple has improved Siri and iTunes Radio. You can learn more about the iOS 7.1 update on Apple's site. The update can be downloaded directly from an iOS device by going to Settings, General, Software Update. For other recent news, see: As Flipboard's Zite Exits, Consider These 4 Alternatives, This iPhone Air Concept Presents The Most Believable Design Yet, and Twitter And Blogger Cofounder Ev Williams' Medium To Launch Official iOS App Next Week.