iOS 7.1 continues on its steady march to being finalized, and today Apple pushed the third beta of the OS to registered developers via an OTA update. This beta contains various small visual tweaks from the original release of iOS 7, as well as various bug fixes and performance enhancements that improve the experience across all devices that support the OS.
Changes include a darkening of the messages, FaceTime, and phone icons, a redesigned shutdown and call notification screen, tweaks to the keyboard’s highlighting behavior, and various other small changes to icons inside of other apps.
iOS 7.1 has been rumored to be on schedule for a March release, according to BGR. This beta expires on February 10th, and it is still jailbreakable — for now. Evasi0n7 works, albeit with the requirement of some tweaking. Expect Apple to patch this vulnerability in the next beta or the final release.