iOS SDK 7.1 is effective software that needs a Mac with OS X v10.8.4. It offers support for making iOS applications and comes with a inclusive set of Xcode features, compilers, Instruments analysis tool and many more to come up with apps for both iOS and OS X. It enables you to develop apps for all Apple devices with iOS 7. All the apps can also be evaluated through an iOS Simulator running on iOS 7.
This iOS version is made to set up only on iPhones or iPads registered with the Apple Developer Program. Trying to it in illegal way can damage your device.
To report any bugs not mentioned in the Notes and Known Issues section, use the Apple Bug Reporter on the Apple Developer website. Additionally, you may discuss these issues and iOS SDK 7.1 in the Apple Developer Forums
Notes and Known Issues
iOS SDK 7.1 supports in solving below issues in order to develop code.
Known Issue: 32-bit applications operating on a 64-bit iPhone or iPad are unable to connect to BTServer.
Fixed in iOS 7.1 beta
In the past, if the server-side blocked an HTTP demand with TCP FIN without delivering bytes of HTTP header or body, NSURL Connection used to create a blank HTTP/1.1 200 OK answer. It has been now solved, and the request will now cause a mistake rather than a thriving load with a produced response.
An advanced compatibility actions are included to deal with a problem where any web server is likely to send the inaccurate Content-Length worth for “Content-Encoding: gzip”. The compatibility actions are executed when the worth of the Content-Length perfectly meets the long-drawn-out gzip’d content.
The new beta version comes with a better toggle for ‘dark keyboard’ in the accessibility settings. You can upload ‘burst mode images’ to Photo Stream. No need to rebooting the device for toggling ‘bold text’, as it is available in the text size menu now. Moreover, the new version includes a latest ‘auto HDR mode’ and flash signs when auto flash is enabled. iOS 7.1 beta version release includes other effective features as well.