Apple released iOS 11 beta 4 to developers.
Apple is rolling out the fourth preview version of iOS 11 to interested developers for testing, and this update comes two weeks after beta 3. iOS 11 beta 4 can be yours from the Developer Center or as an OTA update on some of the supported devices. This beta is expected to reach everyone outside of the developer circle in the coming days.
iOS 11 picks some major changes with its fourth beta. There are new icons for apps like Notes, Reminders and Contacts. Additionally, the Notification center now allows you to swipe left to dismiss or view the notification.
In the Settings menu -> About, you can see a section called ‘Capacity’ that shows the total amount of storage installed on the device.
Another new menu in Settings -> General, is called AirDrop. It lets you share instantly with people nearby, and you can set this option to ‘off’, everyone or certain contacts. The same option was previously available from the Notification center menu.
Finally, Apple has introduced a new option in the App Store that lets you pull downwards to refresh the updates.
With the fourth beta of iOS 11, Apple is getting a step closer to releasing the OS this fall. Until then, the company should fix all remaining bugs and improves the performance.