IOS 11 prevents your iPhone from automatically connecting to patchy Wi-Fi

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But if you're now testing iOS 11, head over to the Settings app of your iPhone or iPad to update. macOS High Sierra, watchOS 4 and tvOS 11 also received a beta update today.

In preview 4, Apple has introduced new icons for the Contacts, Notes and Reminders app while Contacts also receives a new icon in the Settings app. And there's no telling whether or not Apple would ultimately block the method for downloading iOS 11 like this, leaving you in complete limbo, while also forcing you to downgrade back to iOS 10 just because you lost functionality of your device in the process.

Today's release of iOS 11 beta 4 for Developers includes a new feature that just might stop you from throwing your iPhone against a brick wall.

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macOS High Sierra beta 4 is currently only available to registered developers for now. Sadly, we have no exact date when the iOS 11 will be launched but we are expecting that within months, may be in September or October, Apple would launch it. The update is now available for download to all the registered Apple developers. A lot of the beta releases are geared towards the developers, since it gives them a chance to try out the new iOS, see the new features, and update their iOS apps they have developed accordingly. It feels like you're using a completely new device as you can drag and drop files, app icons and more across the operating system. You also will notice improvements under the hood of the iPhone, including speed and performance upgrades.

Some of the new iOS 11 updates and features are available in iOS 11 Beta 4, both the developer and public beta versions.

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