Apple has just placed the new iOS 7.1 beta on their developer center, allowing registered developers to begin testing their apps against it and get a first look at some of new features that they might be able to add to their apps.

As the iOS 7.1 Beta is covered by a non-disclosure agreement, we can’t actually tell you what it includes, but if you are a developer you can go check out some of the new features for yourself at developer.apple.com.

If you don’t develop, we would recommend that you don’t try to download the beta, as they are they not ready for public consumption yet, a lot of apps will stop working, and you will find that a lot of bugs within the OS.

[Update] 9to5mac have reported on some of the changes, which you can find here.

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