Apple has pushed a rare beta 7 for an upcoming major mobile software update, the iOS 11, for compatible iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch. Apple has been pushing a new beta every week to the registered iOS developers.
iOS 11 beta 7 is currently only available to registered iOS developer for now. Apple usually holds the latest public beta release for a few days until the Public beta testers get to test the latest build.
iOS 11 is meant to bring a plethora of new features to iPhone, iPad and the iPod Touch. Some of these new features of iOS 11 include redesign multitasking interface and drag-and-drop features for iPad, an all-new customizable Control Center among other features.
The previous beta release brought refinements to the Notification Center, new TV Provider placeholder listings, some alterations to the multitasking on iPad, and a few other minor improvements and tweaks. As we are getting closer to see the final version, one can expect more refinements and improvements.
If you are already running an iOS 11 beta version, you can easily update to the beta 7 of iOS 11 by going to Settings > General > Software Update. For a fresh start, you can also install iOS 11 beta 7 using iTunes after downloading the full-sized IPSW file from iOS Developer Center.
If you don’t have an Apple Developer account and do not want to enroll in the public beta testing program, you can still install iOS 11 beta and test it on your devices. For that, please check our guide to install iOS 11 beta without a developer account.