It is not impossible that there is a significance to the ' at that point, but chances are not high.
For there to be a significant difference, one of the three circumstances would have to hold:
1. Info2 could be a function that when invoked with parameter (1) returns a nonscalar result that is being passed to the function. In this case, the ' would transpose the array before passing it down ; or
2. Info2 could be an object class that for some reason defined a custom ctranspose method. This would be rare and typically would be a bad interface
3. Info2 could simply be a value that is potentially complex valued and for some reason it is appropriate to pass in its complex conjugate. This can happen; it just doesn't look likely in context.
Most of the time I see this, the author has had a temporary brain glitch in how they are thinking about an array and the ' is not needed in context.