Apple's iOS 11 beta 9 now available for registered developers and public beta testers

Apple's iOS 11 beta 9 now available for registered developers and public beta testers
Just three days after iOS 11 beta 8 was made available to registered developers and public beta testers, iOS 11 beta 9 was pushed out today. The urgency with which Apple pushed out the new build suggests that something important had gone awry in iOS 11 beta 8, which means that it probably makes sense for developers and public beta testers to install the new update when possible.

Registered developers can head over to Apple's developer portal ( and update their iPhone or iPad to the new build via an OTA update, or the update can be installed using IPSW. If you're not a developer and would like to install iOS 11 beta 9, you can sign up to join the Public Beta Testing Program by opening Safari and heading to You will need your Apple ID and password to sign in for the Apple Beta Software Program. Once you've signed up for the Public Beta Testing Program, go to Settings > General > Software update > Download and install. Agree to the terms and conditions. Once the update has been downloaded, tap on install now to finish the installation. When that is done, set the device as new or restore it from a previous iTunes backup.

The only changes listed for iOS 11 beta 9 are bug fixes and performance enhancements. With Apple sending out invitations today confirming a September 12th unveiling of the 2017 iPhone models, we should see iOS 11 start rolling out inside of two weeks.

source: CultofMac


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