Apple has released the second beta versions of iOS 11 and MacOS 10.13, also known as High Sierra, and is available for download to all who want without having a developer account.
Apple introduced in iOS 11 a wide range of features, such as the redesign of the Control Center, as well as the ARKit Enhanced Reality Pack, which will allow the launch of new interactive applications. As the Dock application bar, the drag-and-drop feature has successfully made its way to iPad tablets.
MacOS 10.13 was designed to improve the performance of the current MacOS 10.12 Sierra system. The company did not add many features except system-wide improvements and virtual reality support over the Metal 2 package.
Apple has not set a date for the release of fixed and stable versions of its operating systems. But September 2017 is the first date in conjunction with the launch of the company’s new phones, iPhone 7s and 7s Plus, in addition to the iPhone 8. It is also used to launch the new update of the system macOS and watchOS at the same time.
Beta versions are not recommended for download on major devices due to problems with them. They are unstable and need a lot of time to become free from fatal gaps that may prevent the user from using and running applications optimally.
According to Fast Company magazine, Apple engineers are under intense pressure to address problems with iOS 11 that may delay iPhone 8’s arrival or access to some of its features when launched.