- Apple released iOS 11 Beta 10 today
- No other company had ever released a tenth beta
- iOS 11 will be available publicly one week after September 12
It is not even a week since Apple released its last iOS 11 Beta and yet again the company today launched their tenth developer beta. This time Apple is really pushing the boundaries of its developer program with consecutive beta releases within such a short duration of time. No other company till date has rolled out a tenth beta for any OS. For those users who are already registered with the developer program can now try out the latest Beta 10 on their iOS devices.
— Benjamin Geskin (@VenyaGeskin1) September 6, 2017
Apple exposed the iOS 11 during to the WWDC event back in June 2017. The members of the developer program have been trying out the beta versions since then. There are only a few days left for the big launch of Apple’s next iPhone on September 12 and we can expect the iOS 11 to be released within one week after the event.
According to developers, the last iOS 11 beta release brought together several features like new App Store icons, latest Maps, and other tweaks. The final beta is expected to be more stable and refined. However, we would not recommend you to install the beta versions of iOS 11 on your regular iPhone as of now because it can drain out your battery.Otherwise, if you are really curious enough to try it you can install it on your iPad.
You can also sign up for Apple’s developer program to download the iOS 11 Beta version just by paying an amount of USD 99/year. Apple has also released a public beta program for the users who want to try out the Beta versions for free.Please be informed that the public betas are usually more problematic and lack various features as compared to the developer beta.
Reports suggest that this year iPad is going to have some major changes in its features with the iOS 11.It will turn into a smarter device with easier management of files, icons and more with the introduction of drag and drop feature. For now, all we can do is wait for an official announcement from Apple about the final release date of iOS 11 publicly.