We are so close now to the expected public release of iOS 11.
Yesterday’s arrival of an eighth beta of iOS 11 has brought with it small under-the-hood changes indicating there shouldn’t be any unexpected changes or last-minute feature additions before the software update launches for public consumption this fall.
One of the outward-facing user changes in iOS 11 beta 8 concerns Apple’s revamped App Store, where searching for popular apps now displays a developer card in search results instead of searching for the company directly.
The 3D Touch issue where there was a noticeable delay before a shortcuts menu popped up has been resolved now. While there still might be a barely perceptible delay every now and then, we fulling expect Apple to fix this completely in subsequent betas.
I’ve found the latest beta snappier, more fluid and less buggy than prior releases.
Have you installed iOS 11 beta 8 on your iPhone and iPad? If so, how’s your battery life? What about performance, has it improved for you in a significant way? Tell us in comments!