With one week to go before Apple’s big iPhone event, the company has released another iOS 11 beta update.
Apple today unleashed iOS 11 beta 10 to registered iOS developers, while public testers in the Apple Beta Software Program are now receiving an update to iOS 11 Public Beta 9. If you’re enrolled in either program, you can get your update by going into Settings > General > Software Update on your iOS device.
The update to iOS 11 brings with it several new features. Those include a redesigned and customizable Control Center, a Files app, a dock for the iPad, peer-to-peer payments in Messages, and much more.
Apple has said that it plans to launch iOS 11 to the public this fall. In the past, we’ve seen new iOS releases happen shortly after Apple’s new iPhone hardware announcements, so it’s possible that iOS 11 will be released next week.