Following the June 5 release of developer-only previews of Apple’s four main software platforms at the Worldwide Developers Conference, the Cupertino giant today released first public betas of iOS 11, macOS High Sierra 10.13 and tvOS 11.
You must enroll in the official Apple Public Beta Software Program (available at no charge) and download a special configuration profile via the website beta.apple.com to your iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, Mac or the fourth-generation Apple TV.
Sign in with your Apple ID through the website to get started. iOS 11 public beta has the same features as iOS 11 beta 2. The same goes for the macOS High Sierra and tvOS 11 public betas.
After installing a configuration profile (click “Enroll Your Devices”), restart your iPhone, iPad, iPod touch or the fourth-generation Apple TV, then and use the built-in Software Update mechanism in the Settings app to download and install the public beta.
watchOS betas are not available to the general public.
Mac users will need to download the Public Beta Access utility from the website, which makes the public beta of macOS High Sierra show up under Mac App Store’s Updates tab.
“If you were testing a prior operating system, please re-enroll your device to start testing the next release,” the company notes.
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