It seems that the second beta version of iOS 7.1 has now begun to seed to the slew of registered iOS developers. Of course, the newest firmware will arrive with a number of changes as well as bug fixes that, theoretically speaking, will be able to enhance the overall performance experience. With iOS 7.1 beta 2, there will also be Touch ID and Passcode options which can be accessed from the main Settings menu, rather than being nested within the general menu. In addition, users will also be able to gain entry to a new accessibility setting that in turn, enables one to turn on button shapes.
There will also be an increase in animation speed, and iTunes matching is said to happen a whole lot faster now. Running on the iOS 7.1 Beta 2, as it will offer bounce animation for the control center whenever it is pulled down. You can also choose to minimize the top and bottom header of Safari whenever the page is loading, and Apple has also thrown into the mix a new toggle for car display as well as being able to list the events in the calendar application, which makes life a whole lot easier on paper. Last but not least, the “same default tone” bug which used to be a nuisance in the previous release has finally been squashed.
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