It’s now evident that Apple is keeping itself dedicated to finalizing the iOS 11. Earlier the company released the first public beta of the platform, more than two weeks ago. And now, the second iOS 11 Public Beta has been propelled to the beta testing group. This will allow the non-developers to download and test the iOS, to assist in auditing the stable version of it.
The update is introduced with fine changes in the operating system, rendered with a new Lock screen and Control Center, which is now customizable. Well not only that, the second public beta has got more refreshments, on various aspects. Correspondingly, a person-to-person Apple Pay option is incorporated with the Messages feature; and you can now share playlists via Music.
Moreover, the Notes is enabled for searchable handwriting and document scanning; the Siri talks with a newly tweaked voice and has become even more is smarter now, to carry out more functionalities; here comes a new the Files app, with improved file management; and multi-tasking features, empowering a new Dock, Drag and Drop support and App Switcher.
The changes also include a fully refreshed App Store; and support for saving iMessage to the iCloud. Further, there is something for the developers too. Yes, new tools like ARKit is added up, which will help them to create new augmented reality apps and games. Simply to say, the oncoming iOS 11 is going to be entirely new, with these fragments of revamps.
Those who have registered for the beta testing program will receive the beta update via OTA. And for those who wish to join, can sign up on the Apple’s beta testing website. But mind that the betas versions are still under testing and can potentially hold certain bugs. The final stable version of the iOS 11 will be supposedly launched by the end of this year.