Apple today released the first public beta of iOS 11, as promised at WWDC 2017 earlier this month. The public build follows the second beta of iOS 11 that was aired to developers a few days back.
Apple’s iOS 11 undoubtedly is the biggest iOS update ever — well, it’s what we write every year when a new iOS is rolled out — especially if you’re on iPad. With features like looping Live Photos, Augmented Reality, a revamped Control Center, person-to-person payments, and a proper file manager — it’s not called iFile, though — iOS 11 brings desktop-like multi-tasking and app switching to the iPad.
Interested in trying iOS 11? Head to Apple Beta Software Program and sign-up for enrollment (if you haven’t already). Once you’re in the public beta program, download and install the configuration profile required from beta.apple.com/profile on your iPhone or iPad. This will make your iOS device eligible for public beta firmwares. After installing the public beta profile, navigate to Settings > General > Software Update, and download and install the first public beta of iOS 11.
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