There are plenty of reasons to try the iOS 11 beta on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch. The platform has been created in such a way that it is able to take advantage of the iPhone's camera, motion sensors and graphics processors, to allow developers create apps and games that combines the real world with the virtual world.
When Apple introduced iOS 11, the operating system for iPhones and iPads, at Monday's Worldwide Developers Conference in California, the tech giant highlighted all the new features coming this fall. This allows you to switch apps quickly while working or performing other tasks.
So, before following the steps below, and assuming your device has enough space, you should update your current apps to see if they've already been upgraded: open the App Store and tap "Updates" followed by "Purchased" on an iPhone, or simply "Purchased" on an iPad.
Apple has improved the multitasking abilities in iOS 11.
For logging into any third-party app, you don't need to manually enter your details, the iOS is smart enough to log you into the apps using your Facebook or Twitter accounts.
The iPad-centric features were long overdue and this iOS update will make use of all the hardware improvements that Apple brought to the iPad Pro range at the WWDC. That means you won't get to use the feature that much.
Moving "Screen Recording" to your device's Control Center will give you quick access to the tool. But if you're not, and would prefer not to join the company's developer program, the public beta program is your best bet.
Apple provided insight into how its software products have performed in numbers, such as: users take one trillion photos per year in its Camera app, there are now 27 million paid Apple Music subscribers, 500 million users visit the App Store weekly, there have been 180 billion app downloads to date, and developers have made $70 billion through the App Store.
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