Apple has officially released its latest iOS update, this time being aimed at iPhone 5s and 5c users targeting several fixes.
This only further promotes rumours that Apple will be releasing its full 7.1 update in the near future, which will reportedly boast an array of features, after a previous update dealt with the 'white screen of death' iPhone 5s glitch.
This latest update targets several issues iPhone 5s and 5c users have been facing with the general running of their devices, with 4s and 5 users not being effected.
The update has been rolled out in the UK, Germany, Croatia and China, with other countries currently either having to wait or not needing the fixes.
This is running ahead of schedule according to some sources, meaning that we could see the much anticipated iOS 7.1 update rear its head sooner than we expected, possibly late February or early March.
The 7.1 update will apparently sport the first version of Apples in car system which has been long anticipated by many users since the tech was originally rumoured last year.
It will likely be one of the last updates before the expected release of the iPhone 6 with iOS 8.
We can only wait for the time being, until we get an official announcement from Apple, but we can safely say we expect it to come sooner rather than later.
Written by Luke Hatfield