In all likelihood, the iOS 7 update in the form of iOS 7.1 that has been spoken about at length is going to see light of the day sooner. Fresh speculations indicate the release of this update to be around the end of the month. This speculation is based on the fact that a beta version of the update has been released for developers this week.
A major bug that can be noted to have been fixed in this update in its beta form has been the end of TCP FIN of the device being sent to the Bluetooth server when user typed an incorrect HTTP address. This was caused when 32 bit apps that worked on 64 bit devices like the iPhone 5s.
There was another bug experienced when using the CTFrameDraw app. Line used to be placed without any consideration of paragraph and spacing in the NSParagrpah Style when drawing text on the screen. The new update would fix that problem. Sleeping when idle for up to 1 millisecond has also been corrected to not being so precisely time sensitive.
Users would also get “No Missed Notification” or “No Notifications” message in the Notification Centre as reported by 9to5Mac. Users would also have the option not to upload all the photos taken in burst mode to the Photo Stream. New Yahoo! Logo and Flickr icon would also be visible on the screen at all times post update.
Loading of iTunes Match from the library previously required the entire environment to be loaded which took considerable time. That has now been corrected to allow user select which portion to load alone. Loading after the update is much smoother and quicker owing to the implementation of the “MCSessioninitWithPeer” concept.