|Jan 28, 2013, 12:10 PM||#1|
Apple Releases iOS 6.1 with New LTE Carriers and Fandango Siri Integration
Following this weekend's release of iOS 6.1 Beta 5 to developers, Apple has just released iOS 6.1 to the public. The update includes new LTE carrier support and Siri-based movie ticket purchases via Fandango, as well as iTunes Match individual song downloading and a new reset button for advertising tracking.
- USA: Alaska Communications, Alaska GCI, Bluegrass Cellular, C Spire, Cellcom, Pioneer Cellular
- Canada: MTS, Sasktel
- Puerto Rico: Claro, Open Mobile
- Croatia: T-Mobile, VIPNet
- Denmark: 3, Telenor, Telia
- Finland: DNA, Elisa, Sonera
- Greece: Cosmote
- Hungary: T-Mobile
- Italy: 3, TIM, Vodafone
- Kuwait: Zain
- Luxembourg: Tango
- Philippines: Globe, SMART
- Portugal: Optimus, TMN, Vodafone
- Saudi Arabia: Mobily, Zain
- South Africa: Vodacom
- Switzerland: Swisscom
- UAE: DU, Etisalat
However, as Jeremy Horwitz of iLounge points out, the new LTE carriers are only supported by the 4th-generation iPad, the iPad mini, and the iPhone 5. Third-generation iPads do not support any of the new carriers.
Article Link: Apple Releases iOS 6.1 with New LTE Carriers and Fandango Siri Integration
|Jan 28, 2013, 12:11 PM||#2|
Haha, so it was a GM release! Man, Apple, get your stuff right! Jailbreak...can we happen now, please?
Macbook Air 11" 2013/i7/8GB RAM/250GB SSD
iPhone 6+ 64GB Space Gray
Samsung Galaxy Note 4
|Jan 28, 2013, 12:11 PM||#4|
I just happened to connect my iPhone and it said there was an update available. Any other features on iOS 6.1 besides these? As a 4S owner this update seems pointless
15" rMBP 2.3/8/256, iPad 3 32, iPhone 4S 64g
|Jan 28, 2013, 12:12 PM||#5|
Allow me to say what everyone's probably thinking.
13" MacBook Air 2.13Ghz Core 2 Duo/4GB RAM/256GB SSD (2010) + 24" Apple LED Cinema Display
32GB iPhone 5, Black
64GB Wi-Fi iPad mini, Black
|Jan 28, 2013, 12:13 PM||#9|
Stay calm, I'm sure Apple are putting a lot more effort into iOS 7, rather than iOS 6.x releases!
27" iMac, i7 3.4GHz, 16GB RAM 13" MBP 2.66 GHz, 8GB RAM 3rd Gen iPad 64 GB Wifi+4G, iOS 7 iPhone 5 32 GB, iOS 7 Mac Mini 2.00 GHz, 2GB RAM
|Jan 28, 2013, 12:15 PM||#17|
meanwhile Android is kicking it into higher gear with JellyBean and taking over the market.
Apple...stupid gimmicks like Siri isn't what the consumer wants...they want a more fluid and accessible OS.
iOS is dying fast...
|Jan 28, 2013, 12:16 PM||#21|
Wow. Literally an hour after I updated to iOS 6.1 beta 5 / GM. So this is confirmed to have the same build number as beta 5? If so I won't bother with another restore.
- AirPort Express 2012
- iPhone 6 128GB / Space Gray / Verizon / iOS 8.1.2
- MacBook 2.4GHz C2D / 8GB ram / 240GB SSD / OS 10.10.4
- MacBook Pro 2.6GHz i5 / 8GB ram / 128GB / OS 10.10.4
|Jan 28, 2013, 12:17 PM||#22|
Been working for a day now with the beta 5 / GM update and I am pleasantly surprised by improved speed and battery time on my 4S.
I prefer stable usability over eye-candy user-interfaces such as Jellybean and Windows Phone stuff any day.
Great job, Apple!
How's the smut business, Jackie?
27" iMac i7 | 13" MBA 3rd Gen 128 SSD | iPad 3 64Gb | iPhone 4 32Gb | iPhone 4s 32Gb | AppleTV 2nd Gen | AppleTV 3rd Gen | iPod Classic 120Gb | iPod Nano 8Gb
|Jan 28, 2013, 12:18 PM||#23|
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