Recently Apple released the second beta for iOS 7.1 to developers, the second of two betas, neither of which have revealed many new details yet, however it has today been revealed that the 2nd offers the ability to allow users to enable and disable a ‘Car Display’ in the Restrictions panel of the Settings menu.

According to the reports, this feature will allow iOS device owners to connect their device to the users car display, allowing them to access apps like Maps, Messaging and Music, on compatible cars.

The beta also features new positioning for both Touch ID and Password settings, with a new bounce animation for Command Centre, and some new icons for the settings and applications.

As of yet, there’s no word when iOS 7.1 will roll out to users around the world.

Via 9to5Mac

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