Saturday, January 12, 2013

The final version of iOS 6.1 could come very soon

Since last November, Apple has sent four different versions of iOS 6.1 to developers. All these betas have improved this version of the operating system and now have started rumors that Apple already being tested in the fifth beta of iOS 6.1, version that could end up as the final version to be distributed to users.

iOS 6.1 could come very soon to compatible devices

ios 6 La Versión Final de iOS 6.1 Podría llegar muy Pronto

Changes in iOS 6.1 are mostly minor, but still will be a new push for devices that use this operating system (iPad, iPhone, iPod touch and iPad mini).

The most notable changes in iOS 6.1 are the ability to purchase movie tickets via Siri (thanks to Fandango services, but only work in the U.S.) or a new message that asks new users to establish answers to a series of security questions to set up your iCloud account on a device first.

Additionally, iOS 6.1 also includes a new development kit maps. With this, developers can make their applications better integrate with iOS maps and, for example, can be searched by term from within the third-party application. Thus, developers could, for example, from your applications make us look "coffee shops" and that the application of maps show us the cafes close to us and some information about it.

At the moment there is no estimated date of release of this new version, but is expected to arrive shortly and is compatible with iPhone 5, iPhone 4/4S, iPhone 3GS, iPad 4/3/2, iPad mini and iPod touch also fifth and fourth generation.

Although so far Apple has not made more changes in the first four betas, it is always possible that the following does include anything new, but we will not know until the company's distributed to developers.

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