In less than 90 days we will put our hands on iOS 11, the operating system that promises to further enhance the Apple ecosystem. After sharing a series of preview with developers, Apple has decided to release an open and public version of its software so that it receives the latest feedback before the final launch. Obviously, still a beta, you will not find the update in the phone or tablet menu; It’s enough to take a tour of the developer site to sign up for the program and install iOS 11 directly at home.
We are almost there
Apple has followed the classic procedure to get to a crucial point in launching the latest operating system. First announced it to the WWDC 2016, then allowed the registered developers to download the trial version, opened it to the public and finally released it in the fall, while unloading new iPhones that will mount iOS 11 as default. It is to be said, though alien to those bugs that, of course, limited their daily use to the primordial iterations, today the update is not yet a finished software ready for mass. Certainly from September to September, Apple will correct bugs and malfunctions that, even later appear, will find solution in minor upgrades, often not common during the first extended spread weeks. Mela himself invites to install the public beta only to the expert: “If it has not yet been marketed, it may contain errors and omissions in the final project.” In short, it is a good thing to wait.