Apple has decided to advance to the third beta and has released a revised version of beta 2 of iOS 11.
It only applies to some devices, so do not be surprised that this patch is not available as an update to the iOS 11 Beta instance you are using.
We do not know why Apple has released this patch, but it usually happens when you want to fix a bug early. TvOS 11 has also seen its second revised beta, and we also have the fourth beta of watchOS 3.2.3. All are aimed at developers.
Prepare, brave: the public betas are on arrival
If you’re not a developer but want to try the next versions of Apple’s operating systems, you will not have to wait long.
The company plans to release the public betas for iOS 11, watchOS 4, macOS 10.13 and tvOS 11 this week, so anyone can try them out without signing up for the Apple Developer Program.
But as always, we remind you: even though they are public betas we are talking about systems that are not yet finished and therefore have errors of stability and security.
We do not recommend that you use these betas on your day-to-day devices if what you want is the guarantee that you will not have problems.