With the release of the final public version of iOS 11 just about a month away, Apple yesterday posted a series of YouTube videos highlighting some of the operating system's coming capabilities for the iPad. Don't forget that the beta program is primarily targeted at developers working on app updates.
If you're already running iOS 11, head over to the Settings app of your iPhone or iPad to update. macOS High Sierra, watchOS 4 and tvOS 11 also received a beta update today.
Developer Guilherme Rambo has discovered what appears to be a new plan to access app switching by swiping up on the iPhone 8's screen. And you know that iOS 11 is going to be your favorite major iOS update of the year as there's only one per year. However, the iOS 11 will bring the modifications to our iPad, and these changes are not same as it will do on the iPhone. There's even a dock, a new app switcher and a Files app so that you can launch apps and manage your documents more easily. Using past information, it looks like this might happen on September 6 or 13, 2017 which would give the new iOS 11 a release on the 13th or 20th of September.
That's because the Apple has launched the iPad Pro already in June and numerous features that it has embedded in it, looked like the laptop updates.
Apple was first previewed at WWDC in June, adding an array of new features, from person to person ApplePay payments to an enhanced Siri and fully redesigned App Store. It is also worth noting how this version of the multitasking window shows Control Centre icons (like Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and a button to switch on the torch) to the right, as they are on the iPad. There is now no fixed date but speculation is being made following the usual pattern of release that Apple follows.