iOS 7 is expected to be made available on a wide variety of iOS devices come 18th of September, but it seems that Apple has a couple of updates that they could have planned for release in the future. This is according to the folks at 9to5Mac who have spotted on their server logs, visits from iOS devices coming from Apple’s headquarters in California that are running on a trio of different iOS versions. These versions include iOS 7.0.1, 7.0.2, and 7.1. It is unclear when these updates are planned for release, but presumably they are undergoing testing at the moment.
Based on the different versions, it has been suggested that iOS 7.0.1 and iOS 7.0.2 have been designed to be successive updates that will mainly address bug fixes, and that iOS 7.1, based on its version number, will be a more substantial update and possibly introduce new features, functions, or support for hardware. In any case with iOS 7 having yet to be released, we’re not sure what sort of bugs Apple plans to squash in the future updates, but we’ll keep our eyes peeled nonetheless.
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