Apple has just seeded iOS 11 beta 4 for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch to its registered developers for testing purposes, two weeks after releasing the third beta and more than a month after introducing the new update at the Worldwide Developers Conference.
iOS 11 introduces some significant design changes, including a customizable Control Center and a new Lock screen that’s merged with the Notification Center. Peer-to-peer Apple Pay payments are being introduced in the Messages app, which is also gaining a new App Drawer, and there’s a new Do Not Disturb feature that is designed to help drivers stay focused on the road. Siri, Photos, the Camera app, and more are also gaining new features and refinements.
You can grab the latest iOS 11 beta from your developer account. If you already have the beta installed, you will automatically receive an OTA update to the latest build. And if you are a public iOS beta tester, Apple should roll out a new public beta of iOS 11 later this week.
iOS 11 is available for both registered developers and public beta testers and will see two more months of testing ahead of a prospective September release date alongside new iPhones.