July 18, 2017 The full version string for this update release is 1.6.0_161-b13 (where "b" means "build"). JDK 6u161 contains IANA time zone data version 2017b.
For more information, refer to Timezone Data Versions in the JRE Software.
Answer: They are all related to the problem of Android fragmentation.
Actually, so was most/all of the changes in Beats 1.7.4b and 1.7.3b. Lets look at the root causes of each of these changes and how they relate to Android fragmentation (we’ll get to that topic later in this post).
But do keep in mind that if you just updated to i OS 9 and things seem slow, you need to give it a few hours for indexing and other functions to complete.
Some argue that waiting an entire day is necessary for devices with a ton of content on them, but that’s usually not necessary.
As such, Beats was developed with the assumption that a touchscreen was always available (in actuality, Beat 1.0a to 1.4b supported keyboard input, but when I revamped the graphic and touch input routines in Beats 1.5b, I dropped it because it was a pain maintaining and the Android emulator was getting more and more unbearable to test with).
With the Amazon Fire TV (and supposedly more future mainstream TV devices running Android but without a touchscreen), that previously safe assumption was broken.So even though I wasn’t planning on it, I just published yet another minor update to Beats 1.x as Beats 1.7.5b. Added Amazon Fire TV support (Beats-style only), add more speed multipliers, removed Ad Mob, and fixed a few crashes.Interesting, not-so-obvious question: What do all these changes have in common?The security baselines for the Java Runtime Environment (JRE) at the time of the release of JDK 6u161 are specified in the following table: JAR file validation changes After upgrading to the JDK July CPU release (8u141/7u151/6u161), when executing Java Webstart applications, customers may encounter an exception like “Security Exception: digest missing for …” that prevents the application from loading.If it’s been more than five or six hours after you’ve updated i OS 9 and you notice it’s annoyingly slow or choppy, you can start taking action by modifying some aspects in Settings.