Jun 14, 2017 11:21 AM EDT
Apple's Beta Release History Hints Release Date Of iOS 11 Beta 2 [VIDEO]
While no one can accurately predict as to when will Apple release the next iOS 11 beta to developers, the past history of the iOS beta releases could get an estimate of when the beta 2 should arrive. Apple will likely release the iOS 11 beta 2 in a window of 12-21 days.
Looking at the tech giant's beta release history, Apple sets a solid trend of rolling out the second beta of iOS either 14 or 15 days after unleashing the first beta. But, it is safe to claim the beta 2 of iOS 11 will likely be available in a window of 12-21 days.
As Apple rolled out the iOS 11 beta 1 in June 5, and if the tech company continues the same trend, the iOS 11 beta 2 could be available on June 19. There's also the possibility of the iOS 11 beta 2 to roll out on June 26, Redmond Pie reported.
The release of iOS 11 operating system might be the biggest news for Apple fans for the reason that it appears to point to a future where Apple device users are finally liberated from boring old laptops and desktops. The iPad is now set to get several much awaited features which should make the device to perform more like a traditional PC. The iOS 11 also comes along with a new app called Files, which allows Apple device users to arrange and access all the files stored on their iPhone or iPad, The Sun reported.
Also, Apple's latest mobile operating system features a new mode dubbed as Do Not Disturb While Driving, this iOS 11 feature could save motorists to receive a hefty fine. The new mode from iOS 11 blocks all notifications to show up when it detects the user is driving. As the iOS 11 software uses a Wi-Fi doppler or a Bluetooth connection, it can determine when a person is driving.
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