Apple Maps has new flyover features and comes equipped with indoor maps, the Control Center Music widget shows a playback source and screenshots can be shared directly. If you forget to tap on the thumbnail then iOS 11 will automatically save the screenshot to the camera roll like before. And when you most need something, it might not work. The tech giant has already started rolling out developer betas, and public betas are "coming soon".
If you'd like to try the iOS 11 Public Beta, you'll first need to enroll in the Apple Beta Software Program. It doesn't require a developers account or involve the hassle of registering your device's UDID.
From there, read and accept Apple's agreement.
You just head to the Beta Software Program page and express interest by signing in with your Apple ID and password.
Next, you'll definitely want to back up your old device.
Then, here's how to download it. After that, your device will open up the "Profile", and tap install until your phone reboots.
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AppleHow do I install updates to the beta? It'll be the equivalent of iOS 11 Beta 2 that developers got last week. There are also a number of iPad-specific improvements, such as a new dock that allows you to fit many more apps on it, and a new way of implementing Slideover and Split View.
If you have an iOS device lying around, back up your device first. But it's not worth downloading this on your main device right now and it is highly recommended you wait for the final version to release sometime in September. You might see bugs, your iPhone or iPad could crash more often, and some of your apps and services might not work.
With iOS 11 and macOS High Sierra, you'll provide feedback to Apple with the Feedback Assistant app.
Apple is introducing a new preview for screenshots. Apple's goal with Files is to make it easier to jump into projects you've been working on without having to juggle multiple apps.
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