Apple rolled out the iOS 7.1 update to compatible iPhones, iPads and the 5th generation iPod Touch a couple of days ago. iOS 7.1 now shows a warning message whenever you make an in-app purchase. This basically warns users that they have a 15 minute window to make another in-app purchase without requiring a password.
Apple released iOS 7.1 on Monday with a number of new features, improvements, refinements and bug fixes.
iOS 7.1 was released on Monday, March 10 with a handful of minor changes that improves the performance of Touch ID, blocks several security flaws and adds support for the newly announced CarPlay feature. Similar to other minor iOS revisions, North American adoption of iOS 7.1 was expectedly slow and steady, reports Chitika.
Apple updated iOS 7.1 and rolled into the update some major improvements to the iBeacon platform, claims BEEKn.net. The biggest improvement is the ability of the operating system to detect iBeacons even when an iBeacon-compatible app is shut down or running in the background. This functionality persists even when the device is rebooted, suggesting this background function is now built into the OS and is not dependent on the applications themselves.
We detailed a number of changes and features included in the recently released iOS 7.1, but one feature that wasn’t noticed was the addition of “HFP Prompts” in the Maps app.