It Seems That iOS 8.1.3 Launch Date Will Be This Week
According to the recent reports Apple is planning iOS 8.1.3 launch date on sometime this week. Although it is not known whether it will be a public release or just a beta release.
Traces of this version have been indicated for over a month now, and the first glimpse of its activity logs was founded in December of last year. It was also recorded a jump in traffic from devices that run iOS 8.1.3. These all facts suggest that Apple would be swift on its release.
Due to reports the recent jump in traffic is because Apple has seeded iOS 8.1.3 with 12B460 build number to select retail employees for testing. Some days ago it was also reported that Apple company was planning to elongate its pre-release internal testing to select retail employees.
As for the present time it is not clear what’s new in iOS 8.1. But as it will be a minor update, it may include improvements and some bug fixes. It is unclear whether Apple will patch the exploit used in the TaiG jailbreak to stay ahead from jailbreakers.
Since the iOS 8.1.2 software update had been launched on December 9th already has passed two months. It included bug fixes and addressed a problem where ringtone purchased through iTunes Store may have been removed from your device. Apple company is also testing iOS 8.2 version. And it has been already seeded three beta versions to developers. iOS 8.2 will be major software update, which will include WatchKit SDK. And is likely that it will be launched with the Apple Watch released. It is suggested that Apple Watch sales will start in March.
But as for iOS 8.1.3 launch date, we should expect it next week.