In a bid to test its upcoming Operating System, Apple pushed out the developer’s Beta version of its much-awaited iOS 11 yesterday. Only a week after launching the sixth beta version and more than two months after releasing the new update at the Worldwide Developers Conference, Apple finally has shared the Beta version of iOS 11 for developers globally. Registered developers of Apple can now download the 7th Beta version of iOS 11 from the Apple Developer Center or can also go for the over-the-air proper configuration profile to get the developer version.
The launch of the 7th beta version of iOS 11 has come up just six days after the roll-out of the sixth version which is apparently suggesting that the new version is going to be primarily a series of bug fixes and general abridging of the software. Though the official launch date for the fully grown-up version of iOS 11 is yet to be confirmed, the quick launches of the Beta version for developers are suggesting that the central console is on the way. It has been a couple of months that Apple has been testing the iOS 11 in beta format and by the end of this year, the iOS 11 is expected to hit the Apple devices.
While Apple devices like Phone or iPad already have the updates, other devices like watchOS 4, macOS High Sierra, and tvOS 11 also have received the beta update today. As confirmed by Google, those developers who will pay $99 will get access to the 7th beta version for a year. Alongside the developer tools and content, the paid developers will also get access to the newest beta form for a year from the date of payment. If you’re not a developer, you also can test the latest version of iOS 11. All you need to do is to join the free public beta program of Apple, and you’ll receive the notifications for the same update in a couple of days, once Apple becomes assured that the beta format is compatible with your device.
As Apple said, iOS 11 can turn your iPad into a more competent tablet which will allow you to drag and drop files, access to the exclusive app icons and more across the OS. Moreover, there is also a new app switcher, a dock, and a Files app which let users launch applications and manage the documents more easily than ever. In addition, iOS 11 also ships some new changes and alterations to the design, including a personalized Control Center and an innovative Lock screen which has been integrated with the Notification Center. Moreover, the Peer-to-peer Apple Pay payments are going to be merged with the Messages app soon. Other features like Siri, the Camera app, and Photos are also getting new refinements and features with the iOS 11.