Apple releases first iOS 11 public beta for the iPhone and iPad owners

Apple is rolling out the first iOS 11 public beta build for everyone owning an iOS device. You can install this build on your iPhones and iPads, but here’s a word of caution. The iOS 11 public beta is still in the testing stage and will contain bugs. We would recommend you not to install it if you are using the iPhone as a primary handset.

Apple announced the iOS 11 at the Worldwide Developer Conference earlier this year. Along with the standard list of tweaks, the iOS 11 will majorly focus on boosting the iPad productivity. We collated the features of the iOS 11 that Apple didn’t publicly talk about in two lists – Part 1 and Part 2. That should give you a good rundown of the new changes and refinements to expect with the first public beta.

iOS 11 public beta
Before you even think of downloading the iOS 11 beta, take a complete iTunes backup of your iPhone or iPad. Following that, you must register into the Apple Beta Testing Program to gain access to the public beta of the iOS 11.

iOS 11 public beta

The iOS 11 public beta also brings several cosmetic and UX changes through the system. There’s a new customisable Lock screen that comes with a 3D Touch way to discard notifications. The redesigned Control Center looks like a widget central. There’s a new invert colour mode that works in the literal sense so tread with caution. The new Files app aims to make files organising easier and cleaner. You can use Siri to converse in a more natural rather than command style. Apple is also adding support for the Hindi language in the dictation supporting ones.

The first iOS 11 public beta arrives on time as Apple promised. This build is very similar to the iOS 11 beta 2 seeded to developers last week. Apple is aiming to release the iOS 11 final update for all iOS device owners by September. That’s when the next iPhone is expected to debut as well.

 

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