According to CNET developers are able to grab the beta of iOS 5.1 early. While it’s the first “major” update to iOS 5 which came out in October, it doesn’t seem like it really changes much of anything.
CNET reported the following:
The notes do not suggest any major new features in the build, despite anticipation otherwise. A report from German Mac site Macerkopf.de earlier this month suggested that 5.1 would bring extra features to Siri in the form of hardware controls, letting users adjust things like Wi-Fi and Bluetooth radios through the iPhone 4S voice assistant.
Macerkopf.de was claiming that iOS 5.0.2 would be released later this week, but since iOS 5.1 is official don’t expect to see any updates to come before it.
9To5Mac showed on Monday that one line of code possibly hints towards Sprint receiving its own version of the iPad 2. Now that Sprint has partnered with Apple, it’s likely that we’ll be seeing the iPad 2 released for use on Sprint’s network in the near future.
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