Its been some time since Apple first released the beta for iOS 7.1, but finally the update to iOS has been released to the public, now available to download as the first major update to iOS 7 since it was first debuted back in September.
The new update, iOS 7.1 adds support for Apple’s new CarPlay feature, as well as some new improvements to its Touch ID fingerprint recognition software in the iPhone 5S, as well as a bunch of tweaks to the mobile OS’s visuals.
iOS 7.1 also includes a redesigned shift and caps locks keys, as well as some slightly altered icons for the Phone, FaceTime and Messages applications, as well as some new changes to the Phone dialer and the shutdown screen.
There’s also a new Button Shapes option, as well as a Darken Colours option.
iOS 7.1 was first seeded to developers in mid-November, since which they have released five developer betas for the OS, but finally the public can download it, you can do so via the Settings men or via iTunes.