Apple has revealed new iOS 11 less than a month at this year’s WWDC 2017. Now you can download its the first public beta and and test it yourself.The Apple Beta Software Program is open to anyone with an Apple ID who accepts the Apple Beta Software Program Agreement during the sign-up process. If you’ve ever downloaded an app or music track, you’ll have an Apple ID. If you don’t have an Apple ID, you can create one via the App Store. The program is free to join. Once you have signed up, click here to access the iOS 11 public beta download files. Make sure you have backed up your files before continuing with the download.
iOS 11 is one of the biggest software updates Apple has made in years, so we wouldn’t blame you if you’re itching to get your hands on it. Highlights include person-to-person payments using Apple Pay, a new design for the Control Center and a completely overhauled App Store. But it was iOS 11 on iPad that received the most significant updates, showing once again Apple is keen to turn the iPad into a genuine alternative to a laptop. It’s set to turn the iPad into a productivity powerhouse, with the addition of a Mac-like dock and the ability to drag and drop files, images, text and more between apps.
It also adds new keyboard shortcuts and a Files app, while iMessages will use iCloud to seamlessly sync across devices, peer-to-peer payments will be possible with Apple Pay, Siri is getting smarter and the Control Center has been revamped.
iOS 11 will officially launch as a free software update sometime this fall.
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