Apple today seeded a third beta of iOS 11 for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch to its registered developers and members of the Apple Developer Program. To deploy iOS 11 beta 3 (build number 15A5318g), use the Software Update mechanism in the Settings app on your device with an appropriate configuration profile installed, which can be obtained from Dev Center.
iOS 11 was originally released as a developer-only preview at WWDC in June, followed by iOS 11 beta 2 on June 21 and the iOS 11 public beta on June 26. The first public beta of iOS 11 has the same features as developer-only iOS 11 beta 2.
Here’s Andrew’s hands-on walkthrough of the changes in the previous beta.
iOS 11 sports a redesigned App Store, new iPad multitasking features with the Dock and drag and drop, a Files app, AirPlay 2 with multi-room audio, new Siri capabilities, visual refinements, a customizable Control Center, a redesigned app drawer in Messages and much, much more.
iOS 11 will release for public consumption this fall across supported iOS device models.
If you have identified new outward-facing user features in iOS 11 beta 3, ping us on Twitter, shoot us an email at [email protected] or post your findings in the comments section and we’ll make sure to update the article with new information as it becomes available.