A few weeks ago Apple had released another update for its latest mobile operating system iOS 7 in the form of iOS 7.0.4, but it is highly likely that there will be a new update soon.
Apple has already revealed that it is working on a major iOS update in the form of iOS 7.1, and the update has reached the beta stage. Let’s take a look at what to expect from the next update.
Apple released three big products on September 18th. The first one was the iPhone 5s, which had remarkable changes over its predecessor and has finally been stocked again at the Apple Store, just in time for holidays.
The second product was the iPhone 5c, a cheaper and more colorful version of the iPhone. The third product was arguably the biggest launch. It was the iOS 7 which had first time been announced at WWDC in June.
With a myriad of new features, it was brought with a brand new look as well. Since then, Apple has released four updates was the iOS 7 and the latest is iOS 7.0.4. Despite all the updates having fixed one or the other issue, new issues continue to pop up.
Last month Apple announced that it is working on the iOS 7.1 which along with fixing the latest issues will introduce one or two new features as well.
Since the release of iOS 7.0.4 three weeks ago, the already present bugs still exist and one of them being the random reboot issue affecting the iPhone 5s users.
Similar issues were seen in the iPhone 5 last year but were fixed with the release of iOS 6.1. However, the iOS 7.0.4 update is the most stable out of all the updates released by Apple. Most likely the new update will be rolled out to the public in January or February next year and Apple seems to be in no hurry.