iOS 5.1 Release Date Reportedly Set For March 9th Launch
Apple is expected to be releasing the iOS 5.1 firmware in the coming month, the recent eleven new profiles point to a potential iOS 5.1 release data. Profiles are in the process of being pushed through a numerous mobile carriers selling Apple’s iPhone appear to suggest the rather delayed iOS 5.1 launch could finally be happening on 9th March.
According to YourDailyMac, that the files include references to iOS 5.1, which they mentioned an update launch date of March 9, indicating an iOS update could be released around the same time for the iPhone, iPad and iPod touches. For those who are running the iPhone 4S should finally see the lingering battery issues fixed, if and if after the iOS 5.0.1 released failed to amend the problem, then we’ll wait for the hands-on before drawing any solid conclusions. Whatever, the main motto is to focus with introduction of a bunch of improvements on Siri. One of the more recent dev-only beta releases of iOS 5.1 appears to reveal iPad support is on the horizon. However, we are expecting more and it is fairly hard to guess how much support there will be, and which iPad devices support Siri.
The profiles are intended for operators in Japan, France, Greece, Finland and Sweden, and will ensure network connectivity after an update is downloaded. There is also speculation that Apple could release iOS 5.1 along with the announcement of the next-generation iPad, which is rumored for to be unveiled sometime next month. We expect a Retina display to capitalize not only on new and improved front-and-back cameras, but also to credibly do justice to iBooks 2/ iTunes U / Newsstand, three of Apple’s most recent e-reading/learning initiatives.
If you update your iPhone, iPad or iPod with the upcoming latest iOS 5.1, which might be the fix for untethered jailbroken devices. So, be aware of what it contains and what for it’s been released to the public and read carefully about the iOS Firmware when released or launched in this March. The next iPad (iPad 3) or the next iPhone (iPhone 5) could support Siri or not isn’t the point, focus what you are getting. That’s my opinion. Via