The beta version for iOS 6.1.1 for iPhone, iPad, iPad mini, and iPod touch has just been officially released by Apple for its developers. Available at developer.apple.com, the software update is accessible for only those with developer IDs.
Seeing an x.1.1 beta does appear a slight different from usual, particularly when there aren't any show-stopper level bugs gaining extensive attention in the just-released iOS 6.1 but rendering various supports, Maps in Japan are attaining a lot of courtesy and that could oblige some testing before the release.
The icons system has also been given an renovation, and though the beta won’t have much of a consequence on those outer Japan, the beneficial Asian market is one Apple is looking to corner over the next few years, with a main push in the direction of the likes of Japan and China having been on Tim Cook’s preferred to-do list app for some time.
The developers who have tried the evasi0n jailbreak are advised to avoid any software updates, and the rest of you are able to grab it via the iOS Dev Center.