You hear that? That’s Apple galloping toward the finish line of iOS 11.
The Cupertino company on Monday released the fourth beta for the software, likely introducing several bug fixes and enhancements in the latest release. We can likely expect a new public beta to follow shortly.
Apple introduced iOS 11 back in June, unveiling the many big changes set to hit iPhone and iPads this fall. Things like improved multitasking, a redesigned Control Center, and more. There are also several features Apple didn’t talk about expected to arrive when iOS 11 is released.
Apple is moving at a pretty good clip ahead of the software’s consumer release. With the first day of Fall coming on Friday, September 22, we can likely expect the final version of iOS 11 to be released around then.
In addition, that’ll probably be around the time Apple unveils the iPhone 8, too, so fans have plenty to look forward to in the coming months.
Developers can download iOS 11 beta 4 now.