iOS 11 Beta 2 New Features, Changes, And Installation Tips
Today, Apple seeded the second beta of its operating system for iPhones and iPads. All the developers of the iOS 11 receive the beta 2 of it along with the update coming as a surprise because normally, betas come on a Monday evening or morning the next day. Here are the new features, changes and how to install the new iOS 11 Beta 2.
iOS 11 Beta 2 New Features And Changes
Apple's iOS 11 beta 2 introduces a bunch of bug fixes in order to address issues that were discovered in its beta 1. According to MacRumors, the update introduced solutions on the issues such as an unexpected pop when restarting an Apple iPhone 7 or 7 Plus and an SOS notification that went out even when an alert is already canceled.
Along with fixing all the bugs and resolving the issues, there are also some small features changes that are included in the iOS 11 beta 2. With the new update of the iOS, you can do the following: adjust idle opacity for assistive touch, disable frequent apps in iPad dock, disable control center in apps, activate do not disturb wWhile driving mode, notification to center blur effect, Safari tab button options and much more. For the list of all this update, visit ValueWalk.
iOS 11 Beta 2 Installation Tips
The release of the public version of Apple's iOS 11 beta 2 should be available soon enough. Definitely, it’ll have the features that most developers demanded and it can solve problems arises on iPads and iPhones. However, here are some tips if a user wants to install the iOS 11 beta.
First of all, make sure that there is a backup of all the data before starting the process. Get things started by creating an official iOS 11 beta config profile, which is located online. Once done, head to the Settings app and a notification about the iOS 11 beta 2 update will present itself just like a regular software update. Download it and allow it to run its course. In order to make this possible, the gadget should have a stable internet connection and have a good battery of at least 50 percent.
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