Apple has released for download iOS 11 beta 4 for compatible iPhone, iPad and iPod touch devices. It is developers only pre-release seed with registered account holders, along with it’s possible to either download the latest beta as an over-the-air installation or to get the IPSW file relevant to your choice.
It seems like we are even getting closer to the final stages of Apple’s iOS 11 firmware release date, as the developer beta 4 brings new features and much more to decorate your Home screen. Very soon, you will get a global public roll out alongside the new 2017 iPhone lineup later this year.
Now that the fourth beta of iOS 11 is here in the hands of developers worldwide, the changes just don’t stop coming. This time, this week, Apple has unleashed new icons for default apps, tweaked Nigh Shift, and returned the vital swipe-to-dismiss feature for notifications on the lock screen. Not only that, but things are still quite rough and I wouldn’t recommend installing the beta on a production device just yet. You don’t want to risk having your phone become useless.
Apple needs to continue to pump out improvements and new betas to allow developers to test individual elements of the platform. It also has a public beta program, the company usually waits a few days before releasing new developer betas in the public beta channel. For what it gives the company continues feedback in the form of bug and issue submissions that will ultimately be prioritized in order of importance and severity when it comes to assigning resource of Apple’s engineers.
This particular version is propagating through the relevant channels, and ultimately making its way onto developers’ devices around the globe, which probably needs time to investigate what it actually contains in terms of improvements, fixes, and potential feature additions, which naturally brings directly to you as soon as we get a better understanding.
Judging by Apple’s third iOS 11 beta release to developers from two weeks ago, we can expect a new release comes with noticeable refinements. With beta 3 release, Apple managed to pique the interest of many forward-thinking developers with the integration of new features around the brand new ARKit framework, and the company has also managed to resolve issues around the 3D Touch in certain areas, interacting with AirPlay, and even solved a number of issues being experienced with third-party services, such as syncing of books via Kindle and audio and video problems being experienced with using Sling TV, likewise.
While the beta 3 did also come with fairly comprehensive and daunting list of known issues, some of which has however been ironed out with the release of today’s beta 4 seed.
The upcoming operating system is a huge step forward for the iPad. iOS 11 is exactly one of which OSes that brings with it drag and drop files, app icons and more across the operating system. There’s even a dock, a new app switcher and a Files app so that you can launch apps and manage your documents more easily.
The most striking change for the iPhone is the completely redesigned Control Center, and if you don’t have an iPad, think about it once again. You can now customize your shortcuts. There are a ton of small and big changes under the hood as well. For anyone with an interest in trying out iOS 11 and everything it contains, can find out exactly how to get up and running with it here: Download iOS 11 Beta 4 & Install On iPhone 7, 7 Plus, 6s, 6, SE, 5s, iPad, iPod [Tutorial].
This particular version is currently only available for registered developers of Apple Developer Program but it will be released as public beta 3 to testers of Apple Beta Software Program in near future.
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