Apple on Wednesday rolled out the second beta for iOS 11, which the Cupertino company plans to officially release to consumers this summer.
For those of you not caught up on what iOS 11 has to offer, the new mobile software will feature support for augmented reality (AR), an improved Siri, and the adoption of file formats that will cut down on how much storage photos and video take.
If you’re a developer, you can download the second beta as an over-the-air update right now.
For a complete breakdown of what iOS 11 has to offer, check down our coverage down below.
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