iOS 7.1 Beta 3 Released To Developers, Brings Handful Of UI Changes

As we continue to wait for Apple’s public release of iOS 7.1, developers have once again been given an updated version of the early iOS 7.1 beta.

Those that have already installed iOS 7.1 beta 3 onto their devices are reporting a number of minor changes and improvements, especially in comparison to the previous beta 2 which made very few observable changes.

Some of the changes include slightly less vibrant app icons for Messages, Phone, and Facetime, and new UI elements in the Phone app, the Music app, in Facetime, and when powering down your phone.

iDownloadBlog has posted a YouTube video to help show off the changes:

If you prefer to see the new features in text and picture form, you can also check out this article that’s keeping up with all the changes as they’re found here.

This new release stays in line with Apple’s schedule of an update to its beta every month, so if history is telling expect to see beta 4 (or maybe a full public release?!) in roughly 30 days time. Hopefully it’s not too much longer until iOS 7.1 is opened up to the common folk.

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