iOS 7.1 Download Available With CarPlay Support & More [Direct Links]

Apple has just released iOS 7.1 IPSW links for all iDevices. Apart from the CarPlay feature, recently released by Apple, the new firmware brings several enhancements, general performance upgrades and bug fixes.

Several reliable sources were pointing towards a Mid-March release, but If today’s release is anything to go by, it has arrived earlier than expected. After 5 GM beta releases, which gave a glimpse on CarPlay feature before Apple decided to announce it at Geneva Motor Show, the firmware is now ready.

If you’re currently running an iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch with iOS 7, then it’s possible for you to get involved with the latest mobile firmware build.

There are no hidden surprises, so it’s safe to call it a refined version of the previous beta released. With CarPlay, and some bug fixes, it is still worth to download it.

But jailbreakers are recommended to stay away as evasi0n7 has been completely patched by Apple in iOS 7.1.

Here is the complete changelog:
  • iOS 7.1 features CarPlay support
  • Siri in iOS 7.1 lets you manually control when she listens by holding down the Home button while you speak and letting it go when you’re done
  • Touch ID fingerprint accuracy and reliability has been improved
  • Camera app has a new ‘HDR Auto’ feature
  • Photos & Camera tab in iOS Settings has a new ‘Upload Burst Photos’ option
  • you can now use a new ‘Darken Colors’ option under the Increase Contrast section of the Accessibility tab
  • the Phone app has a new-look dialer
  • you can disable Parallax effect independently of other animations when setting up wallpaper
  • iCloud Keychain is supported in additional countries.
We’ve already downloaded it on one of your devices, and it looks pretty stable. Let us know how you find it and feel free to download from the links below:

iOS 7.1 Download IPSW Links:
  • instead of saying ‘No Missed Notifications,’ Notification Center now just says ‘No Notifications’ when an alert is cleared
  • there is a new Yahoo logo in both Notification Center and the Weather app
  • you can now enable or disable bold text without restarting the device
  • a new dialogue appears when restarting iPhone 5s, which reads ‘Touch ID requires your passcode when iPhone restarts’
  • new iPad wallpapers
  • ‘Touch ID and Passcode’ has been bumped up to the main menu in iOS Settings
  • list view in the Calendar app has been redesigned
  • you can now enable button shapes
  • animations and transitions are noticeably faster
  • iOS keyboard has new Shift/Backspace key highlights
  • the slide-to-power-off UI has been redesigned
  • icons for Phone, Messages and FaceTime apps have less vibrant colors
  • Music apps has new Repeat and Shuffle buttons


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