Apple announced the upcoming version of iOS, named iOS 11, at WWDC 2017 and it comes with exciting new features and changes, including a native screen recorder, redesigned App Store and Control Center, peer-to-peer payments for Apple Pay, new Siri features, and much more.
The first beta of iOS 11 has been rolled out to registered developers, whereas the public release will be available later this fall. Although iOS 11 comes with exciting new features and changes, and it’s possible to install the iOS 11 developer beta right now, there are a few important things to consider before you install the beta version.
Since iOS 11 is in beta, it won’t be as efficient as the final version that will be released in September. The beta stage allows Apple to track and collect information on bugs and crash issues, which might have an impact on performance. If you update to iOS 11 beta, don’t be surprised if your battery dies quickly.
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