Apple released iOS 11 developer beta 4 on Monday for the iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. The update fixes several bugs, updates some app icons, and fixes compatibility issues with some third-party apps.
iOS 11 was first shown off during Apple’s Worldwide Developer Conference in early June. The new iPhone and iPad operating system includes powerful augmented reality support, Siri improvements, a redesigned Control Center, a new Photos app, drag-and-drop between apps, and more.
You’ll need an Apple Developer Connection account to download the developer beta along with a compatible device. iOS 11 is still a beta for good cause: some features are broken, others have stability issues or don’t always perform as expected, data could be lost, and crashes should be expected.
The public beta updates tend to follow a few days after the developer releases, so expect to see that soon.
iOS 11 developer beta 4 is a free download for developers. The official release this fall will be a free download for everyone.