You can now download iOS 11 beta 1 from AppleDeveloper Center. Apple unveiled its new iOS 11 operating system at WWDC 2017 along the new versions for the watchOS, tvOS, and macOS. Now the company has also released the first beta of iOS 11, watchOS 4, tvOS 11, and macOS 10.13 for all the compatible devices. These updates are available through Appl’s online developer portal.
Update: Apple has released iOS 11.0.2 for iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch.
Along with these beta releases, the company has also pushed a beta for the Xcode 9. Here are the build numbers for each new beta that the company has released after the WWDC17:
- iOS 11 beta (15A5278f)
- macOS 10.13 beta (17A264c)
- watchOS 4 beta (15R5281f)
- tvOS 11 beta (15J5284e)
- Xcode 9 beta (9M136h)
All of these new operating systems were unveiled by Apple on the stage at WWDC earlier today. iOS 11 includes new features such as redesigned Control Center, improved Siri, Photos app, Camera app, and much more. watchOS includes interface changes, macOS includes Mail features and new Safari, and the tvOS 11 includes Amazon Video support.
Apple has made these beta versions of iOS, tvOS, macOS, and the watch OS available to the Developers only. The Public Beta testers will get these bets at the end of this month. Please note that these new beta versions are accessible only after adding a new configuration profile from Apple’s developer site even if your device was already receiving beta updates.
If you have updated any of your devices to these beta releases, share your thoughts on these new betas down in the comments. For more details on these operating system, check out these links: