Few minutes ago we told you about the release of iOS 6.0.1 for the general users. But Apple also released a new iOS 6.1 beta version for developers. The beta version of iOS 6.1, which is tagged with build number 10B5095f, is now available for download. As you all know, download links for the beta versions of any software released by Apple are not published publicly. Indeed, only those users who have purchased the developer account can download and install iOS 6.1 beta on their devices.
There are no changes yet available for this beta release. 9t05mac reports that Map Kit searching is improved in this build. It means iOS 6.1 final version will definitely bring a solution for Apple Maps.
The Map Kit framework now lets you programmatically search for map-based addresses and points of interest. The
MKLocalSearchclass initiates a search for map-based content using a natural language string. In other words, you can enter placename information or portions of an address and have Map Kit return search results that match the information you provide. For example, searching for the string “coffee” would return the location of local coffee bars along with information about each one.
If you are a developer, please let us know any changes you find in it.