In practice even during the initial iOS 11 beta, the new speed limit feature is both accurate and quick to update. The user can use a stylus or his/her finger, including Apple Pencil available on the iPad Pro, and the drawing get synced across your Mac, iPad, and iPhone only if you are a Bear subscriber. And they've continued that public beta since, announcing the public beta of iOS 11 will ship in late June. Today, Microsoft is expanding its availability to iOS devices.
This week, I'm traveling in Haarlem, The Netherlands, so naturally, I'm now installing Beta 2 on the iPhone and iPad Pro, because what could go wrong.
On order to get access to the public iOS 11 beta you'll need toregister as an Apple Beta Tester.
There haven't been any major new features discovered in past iOS 10.3.3 betas, which suggests that this update is focused on under-the-hood bug fixes and performance improvements. You also can choose an over-the-air update if you have your iOS device configured correctly to receive the update via that method.
A new "Save To Files" option will let you save photos, documents, or any other file directly into the Files app and replaces the old Add to iCloud Drive option. It will also be eliminating bugs that have been found in previous versions of the software.
The same can be said about Android devices that continue to have their operating system updated to provide better quality for their users. In terms of iOS 10.3.3 Beta 4, there is not a lot here so do not expect iOS 10.3.3 really to contain anything too useful for you.
The Do Not Disturb While Driving mode, which is in iOS 11 Beta 2, is still available only to developers.
Recently, Apple has unleashed a second beta version of the iOS 11 for the developers and it is live now. There have been two betas that were seeded already for iOS 11, so you might not want to check out iOS 10.3.3 Beta 4. Our bet is on the iOS 10.3.2 jailbreak to be released soon, since Apple can't patch that flaw any more.