On Tuesday, Apple released the fourth iOS 11 public beta for iPhone and iPad, which will allow non-developers to test the upcoming operating system ahead of its launch.

Apple also released the fifth developer beta earlier this week which introduced new icons for the Camera app and the Settings app, and a new Control Center Music widget, so users can easily send music to speakers, headphones and AirPlay devices. While the new beta for the operating system added some new features, it also removed some features such as the iCloud Messages. The iCloud Messages feature allowed iMessages to be stored in iCloud to free space on a user’s iOS device.

If you’re a beta tester, you will now be able to update to the fourth beta of iOS 11 over-the-air. If you would like to become a public beta tester, you can head over to Apple’s beta testing program and install the proper certificate on your iOS device.

Apple is expected to release the complete version of iOS 11 to everyone this upcoming September.

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