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Worlds most advanced iOS 7.1 said to be launching ‘around March 15′ with improved device management and how to update now

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Apple has released till ios 7.1 beta 5 so far, and it’s expected to release the final version it to the public within the next month. (i.e- March 2014), It’ll be the largest update to the mobile operating system since iOS 7 landed last fall, and will feature a number of improvements. Now just what those will be, we don’t know yet. We’ve seen minor performance and UI tweaks in the betas, but not much in the way of new features. A new report, however, says 7.1 could bring about new mobile device management tools…

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AppleInsider has the scoop:

“An unverified source reported to AppleInsider that Apple is working with a select few MDM vendors and institutional clients on efforts to improve iOS managed deployment, and that those improvements are currently set to ship as part of iOS 7.1 “around March 15.” While only a vague date was offered in regard to the release, the person did provide concrete information on Apple’s mass device deployment initiative, including new never-before-seen features.”

Those never-before-seen features include the ability for education, government and other organizations to configure fleets of mobile devices—controlling app installs, setting up profiles, blocking websites and even turning of camera hardware. 

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Apple will be releasing the 7.1 to public next month. lets wait for the next update. Ios 7.1 has lots of improvement and its amazing. if you want to use ios7.1 beta’s now then you can register your udid to Apple Developer Account then legitimately update to it. And try out all of its features.
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