By Jaime Rivera | February 4, 2014 1:59 PM
iOS 7.1 is getting close to its final release, and Apple has been sending updates to developers like clockwork. This is probably one of the most anticipated updates to iOS in years, and that’s mainly because lots of iPhone 5s users have found themselves plagued with bugs and issues that Apple has confirmed will arrive on this update.
Today Apple has made iOS 7.1 beta 5 available to developers, and if history serves us right, we should expect the next update to be a solid release candidate. It’s still hard to tell what to expect from this update, but one thing we have confirmed is that Siri is getting better for international users. We hear that the update brings more natural voice to customers in English (Australia), English (United Kingdom), Japanese, and Chinese (Mandarin – China). We’re hoping this update also brings more reliability to Siri, which has proven to be less and less available since iOS 7.
We’ll keep updating this post in case there are more things to report on this beta 5. Hopefully we all will receive iOS 7.1 in the next week or two.