A week after dropping the second beta of iOS 11.1, Apple has released the third beta of iOS 11.1 for developers and advanced users. The second beta of iOS 11.1 contained a number of new features including hundreds of new emoji and the 3D Touch App Switching gesture.
iOS 11: Everything You Need to Know!
Apple Pay Cash didn’t get a chance to launch with the public release of iOS 11, but testing appears to continue in preparation for its arrival.
24 hours after the launch of iOS 11, the mobile operating system found itself at only 10 percent adoption. Which, as we noted at the time, was quite a bit different from the adoption of previous versions of the platform.
Apple rolled out ARKit, the company’s big push into augmented reality (AR) back in September alongside the launch of iOS 11.
It is soon going to be a month since Apple first released iOS 11 for all compatible iPhones and iPads. While the latest version of the OS comes with a number of new features and enhancements, it also comes with its own fair share of issues. More specifically, older iOS device owners have been complaining about poor performance, dropped frames, and poor multitasking performance since upgrading to iOS 11.
Apple released iOS 11 back in September, and, since then, the company has released two software updates for the mobile operating system.
Apple’s Craig Federighi has confirmed in an email that the company is working on a fix for the Reachability bug in iOS 11.
Earlier today, Apple officially seeded the second developer beta of iOS 11.1, which not only brings brand new emoji to the mix, but also brings back one oft-requested feature.
Following the public launch of iOS 11, Apple turned to the next big update for the mobile operating system, quickly seeding the first developer beta of iOS 11.1.