Washington: As we are just weeks away to enter the New Year, American technological giant Apple plans to release the iOS 7.1 Beta which may help to drive car with an iPhone.
The latest version iOS 7.1 Beta offers the biggest hint yet that Apple is preparing to roll out the anticipated iOS in the Car feature early next year.
The second beta for iOS 7.1, brings the option for users to turn on a ‘Car Display’ in the Restrictions panel of the Settings menu.
According to reports, the iOS in the Car feature would allow iOS device owners to connect their device to the car’s central console, in order to make use of the Maps, Messaging and Music.
The iOS interface would also appear on the car’s built-in display, on compatible cars.
According to developers familiar with the update, the iOS 7.1 beta also features several other references to iOS in the Car.
Other changes within the new beta release include more prominent positioning for Touch ID and Password settings, while the Command Centre now has a bounce animation.
According to reports, Apple will roll out iOS 7.1 to users as early as 2014, it would seem a safe bet.