Few days ago Apple released iOS 7.1 beta 3 to developers, and as always, many have already digged through the new and the latest software to find what’s new. While the second beta of iOS 7.1 brought a few additionas and UI tweaks, and today, the beta 3 includes several noticeable changes.
Here’s what new changes are made in iOS 7.1 beta 3. Continue with the top 8 best design changes Apple made in this latest and greatest iOS 7.1 beta. Starting with new Call Dailer, new power off UI, tweaked keyboard design, disable parallax on lock or home screen, new phone buttons, darker icons, new buttons in Music app, “Reduce White Point” In Accessibility and on.
Revealed that the iOS 7.1 beta 3 lets users delete OTA download file. How? Before we go into the tutorial, you wanna know about this, take iPhone 5s with up to a 64GB of storage space or pick up the iPad with 128GB, still like to de-clutter wherever possible. Even though yoiu have that much space you will need more, and it’s better to have a substantial amount of space spare. Now, the actual story about how you can free space in the beta’s iOS 7.1, simply by removing unwanted OTA updates that have been downloaded onto your i5S or iPad Air, and as discovered by the folks at Macekopf, you’ll be able to save yourself a tidy 1GB!
Over-the-air updates usually cause issues for those looking to jailbreak, OTA updates are often downloaded and left to fester, even if the user doesn’t have any vested interest in installing it.
The folks of Macekopf have discovered in the third beta of iOS 7.1, these files can be easily be removed, and with ~1GB added to your free storage stats once you’ve lightened the load, you’ll have more space and wide room to store music, games, videos, photos and apps.
Steps to remove it have been texted below:
Step 1: Open the Settings app from your home screen
Step 2: Tap on General > Usage
Step 3: Under the Storage Tab, look for any entry named iOS 7.1 beta 3. Tap it!
Step 4: Now tap on Delete Update. You’re done.
This would be a new achievement to delete the official firmware file, which may be a part of the beta process. But there are as always no guarantees that the final, end-user release will follow suit. (Source: Macerkopf) Thanks to RedmondPie!