Days after Apple released iOS 10.3 beta 6, a new beta release has emerged.
iOS 10.3 beta 7 is now available for download, and it’s available to both registered developers as well as public testers. To grab it, simply go to your beta testing device and go into Settings > General > Software Update. Developers can also get the update from Apple’s Developer Center.
The iOS 10.3 update is notable for a 10.x release. It adds Find My AirPods, a feature that’ll help you locate your lost wireless earbuds, as well as the ability for developers to respond to App Store reviews. Also included is the change to the Apple File System, but that’s not quite as user-facing a feature as the others I’ve mentioned.
Apple hasn’t announced when iOS 10.3 will be released to the public, but given that we’re now on the seventh beta release, it feels like a public rollout isn’t far off. Stay tuned.