As happens every year, the final public release of a new operating system iOS 11 should not take place until Apple has released its new one iPhone 8. Firmware iOS 11 promises to bring with it massive new features, including a redesigned App Store and Control Center, visualization of roads in the Maps app, and the ability to control the keyboard with one hand. Not surprisingly, many owners of iPhone and iPad want to install the new version sooner.
Prior to the official release iOS 11, Apple will create beta versions of the operating system for developers and public beta testers. Based on feedback from a wide range of testers, the company will be able to make sure that by the time of its release iOS 11 will not contain any major bugs.
The first beta version iOS 11 will arrive today, with more beta versions to come in the months ahead, leading up to the final release this fall. Public beta testing of the operating system will open in July.
If you are a developer, you can visit your developer account on the website Apple to download and install the first beta version of the firmware iOS 11.