Fixing major issues and bugs in iOS 7 Apple(AAPL, Fortune 500) is reportedly rolling out an iOS 7.1 update. Believing it to be a final iOS 7 update from Apple, it has been in the hands of developers for beta testing even since after the launch of iPhone 5S and iPhone 5C. Believing in pre release reports, the update is expected to fix random reboots and few other minor issues Apple users had with iOS 7.
Held every winter in Texas and Austin, South by Southwest festival will be broadcasted live via the iTunes Festival. This year SXSW will feature a talk from Edward Snowden, film discussions with Robert Rodriguez and Diego Luna and live music performances from Coldplay, Imagine Dragons, Pitbull and many more.
With a free broadcast of South by Southwest (SXSW) app requires an iOS 7.1 running and while company never rolls out an update on weekends, it is expected to see an iOS update on Friday or on the first day of next week, as of the iTunes Festival SXSW’s website, streaming can be done on iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch, leaving the question behind for which device the update will be rolling out.
Talking in terms of appearance this new update is very much similar to its earlier release, except it brings few major changes including a revamped keyboard, refining of icons, FaceTime, Messaging and phone dialer. But going back in the days when iPhone 5S and iPhone 5C were launched with iOS 7, developers had a RTM preview of iOS 7 ten days before the release, which is not as same as in the case of iOS 7.1. While there is no Golden Master Build or RTM in the hands of developers this time, possibilities are such that the streaming app would be released without releasing iOS 7.1. and It is expected iOS 7.1 will perform in a much better and efficient way.