Apple has released the fourth beta of its upcoming major iOS 11 update for all the compatible iPhone, iPad, and the iPod Touch devices. If you’re a registered iOS developer, you should already see iOS 11 beta 4 available to you in iOS Developer Center.
Update: iOS 11 beta 5 is available now.
Apple unveiled its next major mobile operating system for iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch called iOS 11 during WWDC 2017 keynote. We are now around 2 months away from the final release of iOS 11 to the masses. All these beta releases are meant to further refine the iOS 11 and squash the bugs found during these testing stages. As far as the beta 4 is concerned, it beings redesigned icons for the Contacts, Notes, and the Reminder apps.
Apple today released the fourth beta of iOS 11 with plenty of bug fixes and stability improvements. With just over two months to go for the final iOS 11 release to drop, these beta releases are all about refinements and squashing those bugs. With the release of the fourth beta, the iOS 11 should now be good enough for your daily use.
As expected from any major update, the iOS 11 comes with a huge list of new feature. Some of these new iOS 11 featuress include a redesigned Control Center, enhancements to the system apps, a redesigned App Store, a unified Notification Center and the Lock screen, and many other welcome design tweaks and changes.
iOS 11 beta 4 is available in the iOS Developer Center. If you’re a developer, you can easily download it from there. If your device is already running an iOS 11 beta version, you will automatically receive the fourth beta as an OTA update. For public beta testers, Apple will push this update later this week.
If you’re neither a developer nor a public beta tester but still want to try iOS 11, you should check our article on how to install iOS 11 beta 4 without a developer account. You do not even need a computer to do that. If you have already installed iOS 11 beta 4 and come across something new, share it with us in the comments section below.