Apple on Monday released the fifth beta for iOS 11, taking yet another step toward the software’s anticipated fall release. The newest beta arrives just two weeks after Apple unveiled iOS 11 beta 4, which brought with it some new features and improved stability.
If you’re not up-to-speed with iOS 11, the update introduces several new features, including a redesigned Control Center, peer-to-peer Apple Pay, and more. You can read all about the update in the links down below.
As for today’s release, we’ll keep an eye out for any significant changes. Beta 5 will likely offer a much-improved experience over earlier beta releases.
With iOS 11 beta 5 now available to developers, it’s safe to assume Apple will begin rolling out a new public beta of iOS 11 later this week.
Apple took the wraps off iOS 11 today at WWDC. The update adds a myriad of a new features, including improvements to iMessages and more. Apple says iMessages will sync more consistently across devices, so if you delete a message on your phone, it’ll go away on your Mac. (Finally!) Apple says only the most recently […]