Apple just started rolling out the golden master build of its latest operating system update iOS 11 to the developers for beta testing on September 12. However, the firmware will be officially launched September 19 for all users. Although this beta version of iOS 11 should be nearly perfect with most of the bugs detected and ironed out, there's still a chance that Apple will add or eliminate certain things and you'll need to download an update on the release day. The software build was earlier leaked when an Apple employee emailed the public download URLs of iOS 11 to 9to5Mac and MacRumors. It led to a number of eleventh-hour leaks about the firmware ahead of its launch and they all, without a surprise, turned out to be accurate. If you want to get iOS 11 beta version right now on your iPhone or iPad just follow the leads.

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You can install iOS 11 now just by signing up for the public beta program on Apple's website. Once the registration is complete, open the beta website with Safari browser on your iPhone or iPad and follow the directions. After that, download a profile to your iOS device and restart it. Following this, head to the update menu and you can see every detail there, as Apple has described how to install the iOS 11 beta here. Before starting the upgrade, make sure that you have a back up of all your data on your device.

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iOS 11 will download onto your device, and once it's done, you can start the install process. After that, it's likely that your iPhone or iPad will restart. You might have to sign into your Apple account once again and reconfigure some settings when you boot up the iOS 11 for the first time. That's it. Now you have the latest version of Apple's mobile OS and the all new features that come with it. The new features include an overhauled Control Center, peer-to-peer Apple Pay payments, much more powerful iPad multitasking, improved screenshots, and much more.

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Once iOS 11 is installed, you can delete the profile that you had to download earlier. However, according to The Verge, it's recommendable that you wait until September 19 so that; you can make sure that the beta and the officially released version are the same and you don't have to update it anymore.