iOS 11.4 Beta 3 for iPhone and iPad: What to expect?

iOS 11.4 Beta 3 for iPhone and iPad: What to expect?
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While we just recently got our hands on the full release of iOS 11.3, testing for iOS 11.4 is already well underway. Many are wondering when we can expect iOS 11.4 beta 3 and what exactly it will include, and it’s not likely we’ll wait too long to find out.

With the release of iOS 11.3, Apple made some sweeping adjustments that vastly improved iOS usability for a large number of users. Most notable among the features was the introduction of a battery management feature that allowed users on older phones to turn off throttling on their devices – increasing their device’s speeds with the knowledge that stability could become an issue as the device continues to age. However, the iOS 11.3 update was actually initially supposed to be even bigger than the robust host of features we received. Two notable absences that were present in the initial betas had a lot of people upset – those features being support for AirPlay 2 and Messages in iCloud.

Fortunately, it seems as if AirPlay 2 and Messages in iCloud are coming with the next major update, and iOS 11.4 beta 3 will further refine these features and likely usher in a host of new bug fixes and stability improvements. With the release of iOS 11.4 beta 3, we’ll experience the next step in the development process as Apple works to introduce a stable release. In the past, iOS and Mac updates have been plagued by bugs – some of which being severe enough to necessitate emergency patches. The company is taking a more relaxed schedule moving forward, with developers given more time to iron out issues and a focus being put on releasing polished updates rather than packing them full of features. It’s likely for this reason that AirPlay 2 and Messages in iCloud were removed from iOS 11.3, giving developers more time to fix any issues before adding them back in as some of the main attractions of iOS 11.4.

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