Apple releases iOS 7.1, their long awaited iOS after a lengthy beta testing period. The most important update to their OS in six months focuses on CarPlay, Touch ID, Siri, bugs and some visual tweaks.
A Google Chrome bug reveals all the private browsing history on the iOS7 devices. Soon after the release of the iOS7, Google released an updated client of Chrome for the platform. The browser’s incognito mode, which is meant to store no records, shares the records with the standard profile somehow and they’re openly displayed in the search bar.
Apple announces that Siri is no more in the Beta testing stage and has now been completely finalized for iOS7. It was an unofficial announcement and was indicated by the change observed in Apple’s website. The Siri page that first added beta with it is now missing the word beta. Technically, Apple should have introduced it with their new iPhones and the iOS7.
Apple today started sending out invitations for its September 10 grand event also titled unofficially as the iPhone event with a purpose to introduce its new and really powerful iPhone products to the public officially. The event will commence at 10 AM Pacific time at the Apple’s head quarters in Cupertino, California.
With the event tagline “This should brighten everyone’s day”, the event is expected to be unleashing something really worth the wait. Time however, will only tell if the rumours and leaks were right or not.