This is the second developer beta this week, as Apple works on a Now Playing control for Apple TV in Control Center, a bug fix for Calculator, and Apple Pay Cash.
Included in this release cycle is a Now Playing control for Apple TV in Control Center, a bug fix for Calculator, and Apple Pay Cash.
Included in this release cycle is a Now Playing control for Apple TV in Control Center, as well as a bug fix for Calculator.
The patch notes are the same as iOS 11.1 Developer Beta 4, making this release a bug-fixes and continued-optimization release.
All of the releases come just a few days after the release of the .0 releases of those operating systems.
Both releases are likely golden master candidates, though Apple hasn’t specifically stated that.
Apple has the pedal to the metal on iOS 11, as it released the second developer beta in a week: iOS 11 Developer Beta 9 (15A5370a).
Apple offers these guidelines so that developers can meet the company’s expectations and also make the most out of their apps.
One of the marquee features in the revamped App Store in iOS 11, the guidelines instruct developers on how to code their in-app purchases to be displayable and purchasable directly on the App Store.
They include icons for badminton, Aussie rules football, American football, baseball, skiing, surfing, sidewalk surfing (a.k.a. skateboarding), “snow sports,” paddle sports (of the water variety), pilates, bowling, and many more.
Monday’s release continues an accelerated release cycle, as the last round of developer betas hit just one week ago.
The update is available for developers with compatible iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch models.