Tech: Apple rolls out iOS 11 OS 'beta 7' version

Tech: Apple rolls out iOS 11 OS 'beta 7' version

Tech: Apple rolls out iOS 11 OS 'beta 7' version

"And of course because they're shipping now, they're going to ship with iOS 10 but you'll be able to easily update to iOS 11 as a free update this fall", Apple VP Greg Jozwiak said in June when the iPad Pro launched.

A newly leaked video, found buried in code for Apple's new iOS 11 software, appears to show how the upcoming iPhone 8 will work without a physical home button. Inevitably, the iOS 11 will become our favourite update in this year 2017 as the Apple release only one for the entire year.

It's an unusually quick followup to iOS 11 beta 6, which landed this time last week.

Here we will not advise the people to install the iOS 11 on their iPhone and to use it every day.

Manufacturers made the iOS update available to the developers those who pay $99. However, the iOS 11 will bring the modifications to our iPad, and these changes are not same as it will do on the iPhone. We can drag and drop the files and can add the app icons and can make modifications across the operating systems.

However in a couple of videos uploaded by developer Guilherme Rambo (via 9to5Mac), it seems that we might have an idea of how it will work. That means, for example, that after touching and holding any file, a user can swipe up from the bottom of the iPad screen to open the Dock and instantly include that file in an app such as Messages for easy sharing. Apple generally releases new iOS betas on a two-week cycle, so an update after just a week normally means minor bux fixes, rather than major new features. It contains the redesigned Control Center along with the customizable shortcuts.

The video has raised speculation about whether this is how the iPhone 8, which is expected to no longer have a home button, will function.

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