Apple on Tuesday released the second beta for iOS 10.3.3, a minor update primarily focused on bug fixes and enhancements. The new release comes two weeks after Apple unveiled the first beta, which didn’t include any notable features or updates.
With Apple set to unveil iOS 11 at WWDC next week, it’s likely the company is trying to ensure its mobile software is as clean as possible before new features are introduced. If you’re a registered developer, you can manually download the new beta or simply wait for an over-the-air update.
It’s unclear what’s in store for iOS 11, though we made a wish list in case Apple is taking suggestions. Apple’s big keynote kicks off on June 5, so stay tuned for the latest on iOS 11, macOS and tvOS.