iOS 11 Beta 10 Download is Available
OS 11 was introduced at Apple’s Worldwide Developer Conference keynote on June 5, and the first public beta appeared at the end of the month. I made the decision to jump to the beta as soon as it was released, so I took the plunge and decided to run the operating system on my daily driver iPhone.
iOS 11 is the next major release of the operating system for the iPhone and iPad. Apple first unveiled iOS 11 at its WWDC event back in June 2017. Developers and early adopters have been able to try out the new version for three months.
And the wait is almost over as Apple should release iOS 11 a week after the new iPhone event on September 12. Existing iPhone and iPad owners will be able to update for free.
At this point, beta versions of iOS 11 feel quite stable. I wouldn’t recommend installing iOS 11 on the iPhone you use every day — beta versions of iOS usually drain your battery life. But if you have an iPad and are feeling adventurous, you can install it right now.
If you have a developer account and pay $99 per year to access new betas, developer tools and content, you can download iOS 11 beta 10 on Apple’s developer website. If you don’t want to pay $99, Apple now has a public beta program.
The iPad is going to receive the biggest changes in iOS 11. The update turns your iPad into a more capable tablet as you can drag and drop files, app icons and more across the operating system. There’s a system-wide dock, a new app switcher and a Files app so you can launch apps and manage your documents more easily.
If you don’t have an iPad, most of the changes are under the hood, starting with Apple’s augmented reality framework ARKit. Many developers have been working on ARKit-enabled apps, but they’re not in the App Store just yet. There’s also a completely redesigned Control Center with customizable shortcuts. I wrote a preview of the upcoming changes in iOS 11 if you want to learn more.
But over the months the betas got better (as you’d expect), and with the latest iOS 11 public beta 9, the releases have gone from being some of the worst I’ve seen from Apple, to some of the very best. Stability is now on par with what I’d expect from a release version, and performance seems about the same as I see from iOS 10 across a range of devices.
Wireless connectivity stability has also improved to a point where “it just works.” For weeks Wi-Fi dropping and connection refusals plagued me, along with random, intermittent Bluetooth issues.
All of these problems are now gone, and the public beta feels as robust as a normal release of iOS. In fact, running iOS 11 public beta 9 alongside iOS 10 on different devices, it’s almost impossible to tell the two apart.
Whats New In IOS 11 Beta 10 Download
Official Direct Download Links of 11 Beta 10 for iPhone/iPad/iPod:
Just Download these iOS 11 beta 10 Profiles For your Specific Devices and once you have installed it your Apple Device will Reboot and After a Reboot just Go to “Settings => General => Software Update, & Now There you will see the new Update of iOS 11 Beta 10,
- Download iOS 11 Beta 10 Configuration Profile
- Download tvOS 11.0.10 Beta Configuration Profile
- Download watchOS 3.1 Beta Configuration Profile