iOS 6.1 (10B5095F) Now Available for Developers



Shortly after the release of the small iOS 6.0.1 update just over an hour ago, Apple has now released the first beta of iOS 6.1 released to developers. The beta is available for the iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad. Besides the iOS 6.1 beta, Apple released a new beta of Xcode 4.6 as well.

It seems that iOS 6.1 was released to developers primarily to search for addresses and points-of-interest (POI) in Apple Maps. In addition, a new button added to the menu item allows users to reset the identifier and the date should now match passbook only.

This new version of iOS provides an update to Apple’s Maps Kit that developers will use in their iOS  to process applications. The explanation is that Apple updated the framework now enables developers to search for addresses and POI points without having exact locations.

Links available on Apple’s Developer site.


Update: Now there appear a number of improvements found . Hence, within the Maps app introduced a button that you just use to record issues. This may occasionally in iOS 6, however the brand new button is extra outstanding. The track buttons to play tune from the lockscreen of the iPhone somewhat modified: they’re now silver buttons which can be unfold over all the width.

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