iOS 11 Beta 4 / Public Beta 3 Expected Release Date

When can we expect iOS 11 beta 4 and public beta 3 download as well as release date for compatible iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. Here are the details.

Beta testers who have signed up for Apple’s beta testing program will receive the iOS 11 beta update over-the-air after installing the proper certificate on an iOS device.

Want to know when Apple is expected to drop the next development pre-release seed or the next available public beta, then read on now. Currently sitting with developer beta 3 (15A5318g) and public beta 2 version, and are likely going to look at when the next versions are likely to land in the public domain.

It seems you are all enjoying everything that come with using iOS 11, or planning on getting involved in the progress at some point, then make it perfectly clear here, Apple must have a strict deadline in place when it comes to the public release of iOS 11. We are somewhat expecting the new 2017 iPhone lineup in the fall, including iPhone 8, to drop this coming September, which could be an indication the company needs to have iOS 11 signed, sealed, and delivered in time for that release in order to ensure that all new devices ship with the platform installed. To get it achieved on time, the company is working internally to ensure that the deadline is achieved. Hopefully mean that Apple will continue to deliver updates on a two-week basis like it has in the past for major beta releases like that of iOS 11.

If that schedule is adhered to, then we would expect Apple release the fourth developer pre-release seed of iOS 11 on Monday, July 24th, 2017. Followed by a public beta 3 seed aimed at testers, on Wednesday, July 26th, 2017.

This would mean that both developers, and public testers, would have the latest version of iOS 11 on their devices, and the two interact with the new improvements and features based on the provided changelog, as well as be able to provide instantaneous feedback to Apple in order to continue that refinement.

One interesting things to note here is that, often gets lost during the release process is that beta 4 for developers and public beta 3 would essentially be the exact same builds of iOS 11. Apple may release them at different times through different channel/development branches, but they are in essence the exact same version just with a different staged release number.

From this testing and development process, it eventually means that feedback and bug reports are coming into Apple’s engineers via the feedback system for the same version of iOS 11.

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