Apple has been testing a new beta for their iOS update of the year. The new version is under experimentations since few months. Beta 5 is available to developers who pay $99 annually to access new beats, content as well as developer tools.
Developers who are a part of the public beta program, they will receive an update in a few days one Apple is sure that the new beta isn’t going to be harmful to the device. But you can head over to Setting app of an iPhone or an iPad for updating if you already run the iOS 11. Along with the iOS 11 update, the macOS High Sierra, watchOS 4 and tvOS 11 also were given an update.
Messages in iCloud has been removed from iOS 11 beta 5. Now coming in a future update. pic.twitter.com/upd5FR6E5g
— Federico Viticci (@viticci) August 7, 2017
The basic aim of these updates is to fix bugs and bring an improvement to the performance. The company is making minor adjustments for now as it promised to store the Message database in iCloud. For the iPad, this update seems like a completely new software platform. By the availability of drag and drop file feature, app icons, and an access to the operating system, a device is turned into a more capable tablet. For launching apps and managing documents more easily, there is available a new app switcher and a files app.
Apple is also working to bring changes to its augmented reality framework ARKit. It is expected that the iOS 11 update will be available after the introduction of the new iPhone in September and it is recommended not to be used now for saving yourself from bugs, crashes and a poor performance.
Via: Tech Crunch