Just under a month after it seeded iOS 7.1 (Beta 2), (an update which is thought to have added all the necessary software support for the company’s upcoming ‘iOS in the Car’ feature), Apple has tonight seeded the third beta of iOS 7.1 to developers.
The pre-release version of the upcoming update, (build number, 11D5127c), is thought to include a number of minor changes to the mobile OS, specifically in regard to the software’s user interface. Apple appears to have toned down some of the florencent colours seen on its stock icons in this version, as shown by the screenshots provided by 9to5Mac’s Zac Hall.
The call screen has also seen some minor visual improvements in this version, demonstrating the continued work that Apple’s design team is likely carrying out on the software.
-Parallax can be disabled for wallpapers
- Phone now has a new dialer and answer UI
- New (richer) Repeat and Shuffle buttons
- New power off UI
- New dialogue in Safari ‘Search or enter an address’ now reads ‘Search web or enter site name’
- New ‘New’ button for creating iTunes Radio stations in Music
- New reduce white point option in accessibility contrast settings
iOS 7.1 (Beta 3) is available for download from Apple’s Developer Center. In order to gain access to these software downloads, however, you must first be a registered member of the iOS Developer Program for $99 per year.