IOS 10.3.3 Beta 4 Released to Developers

Developers received the second batch of beta builds today of the new software Apple unveiled earlier this month during its Worldwide Developers Conference. As you can see in the images below, the demo encompassed three different variants of the iPhone: the iPhone 6 Plus powered by iOS 10.3.2, the iPhone 7 powered by iOS 11 beta, and the iPhone 7 with iOS 10.3.2. Here are a few of the changes we've noticed so far.

iOS 11 is still in the beta stages but it seems some folks have already found a way to possibly entice an iOS 11 jailbreak. There is also a newly enhanced Workout app, which now supports High Intensity Interval Training. As a member of the Apple Beta Software Program, you can help shape Apple software by test-driving pre-release versions and letting us know what you think.

Control Center now customizable allowing you to add more quick controls to it.

Notification badges now appear in the recently introduced shortcut apps along the side of CarPlay as well. The firm has been making good efforts to keep the app up to date.

With the new beta, Android Migration now works as intended, Bluetooth communication is more reliable and apps over 100MB can be downloaded over cellular. This is used to save photos, documents, and other files to the Files app. Files lists all files stored locally, in iCloud Drive, in apps, and in third-party cloud services like Dropbox and Google Docs.

The new iOS lets money transferred directly to the contacts in the Messages apps through Apple Pay.

Developers evaluating watchOS 4 build 15R5307f gain access to the set of animated "Toy Story" watch faces Apple demoed onstage at WWDC.

This is just about a week after iOS 10.3.3 Beta 3 was made available for both the public and the developers.

With regards to the breakthrough of Chen, seeing an actual iOS 11 jailbreak may or may not happen. This is a precaution just in case the device crashes and loses your data and you have to start from scratch, you can grab the backup from iTunes. Registration is free. Once you're given access, you'll be able to download all the public betas of iOS 11. The point of beta testing is to find the bugs and squash them.

  • Salvatore Jensen