The multinational company Apple has rolled out the beta version7 of iOS for the developers. The developers who will pay $99 a year will be able to access new Betas, developer tools, and content, a report said.
The new version can be accessed from the settings of the devices already running on iOS 11.
Apart from the developers, regular users can also get the update by joining the free public beta program, after the basic safety checks of their devices by the company.
In addition to this, ‘watchOS 4′ and ‘tvOS 11′ also received beta update, the report added.
The public release of iOS 11 is just after few weeks, and Apple has started showing the new features in a series of new "how-to" videos that highlight the major additions that would feature in the upcoming iPad.
Earlier in June, Apple unveiled iOS 11 at Worldwide Developers' Conference (WWDC) 2017 -- featuring major improvements over its predecessor -- iOS 10.