During Apple’s 2017 Developers Conference, Apple unveiled the next iOS 11 system, which features a new set of features and enhancements, including redesign of the store, control center, notification center, screen recorder, making Siri smarter, and more.
Apple released the trial version of this system for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch for registered developers. If you’re part of Apple’s Developer Program, you can install iOS 11 now from the Apple Developer Center. The system is currently in beta, and will have some small problems or things that need to be redeveloped, but it is good to navigate within the system and take advantage of the new features it offers.
If you are not part of the Apple Developer program, but you want to install the beta version of the system, we have a good news, as there is an alternative solution that allows you to install the system without the need for a developer account. This process is not complicated and can be done directly From your iOS device.
Before you install the beta version of iOS 11, here are some important points you should know:
- When you install this version, it will contain some problems and unstable things, which may slow down your device.
- After installation, if you want to revert to this installation and revert to previous versions, you can only revert to iOS 10.3.2 or iOS 10.3.1.
- Make sure to take a full backup of your device using iTunes or iCloud before the installation process.
How to install iOS 11 with a beta version without a developer account
Step 1: Open Safari on your iOS device, and go to this link. Be sure to use Safari and not any other browser.
Step 2: The link will automatically open the iOS 11 beta page. Press the Install button and enter the passcode of your device.
If the link displays a webpage instead of the iOS 11 trial page, click the iOS 11 button to open the system page.
Step 3: After you install the system, you will see a message to restart the device. Press the Restart button.
Step 4: After you restart your device, go to Settings, General, and finally Software Update, and you should see the iOS 11 beta ready to download.
Sometimes, the update may take some time to appear, wait a few minutes, or restart your device, and then go back to the update screen to see if the trial update for iOS 11 is available.
The update is up to 1.9 GB, so it may take some time to load, and then you can enjoy all the new features offered by iOS 11. Now that you’ve installed the trial version, you’ll receive regular system updates.