Apple released the sixth beta of iOS 11 to developers for testing purposes, just one week after releasing the fifth beta and more than two months after introducing the new update at the Worldwide Developers Conference. Developers can download the sixth beta of iOS 11 OTA once the proper configuration profile has been installed from Apple Developer Center.


The previous iOS 11 beta's iCloud Messages has been removed, but plans to reintroduce it in a future update to iOS 11. It fixes AirPlay, and tapping the AirPlay button in videos that are not full screen will no longer crash some apps, as well as fixed a Calendar bug that could cause crashes when dragging items into the Calendar app, and FaceTime Live Photos is now an option that's enabled by default.

Today's beta fixes an issue that caused the DirecTV app to crash on launch, when launching the App Store no longer stops other audio that's playing, several bugs with Family Sharing features have been fixed, and all phone numbers are now displayed during a multiparty conference call. Here are more features found by 9to5mac
  1. New Maps (Apple Park), App Store, and fixed Reminders icons
  2. New splash page for Photos
  3. Six fish Live wallpapers removed
  4. Auto-Brightness moved from Display & Brightness to Display Accommodations in Accessibility
  5. Clock icon numbers slightly being bolder
  6. New AirPods animation
  7. Now Playing AirPlay indicator now solid blue during use
  8. app tray in iMessage tweaked with the aforementioned New App Store icon. 
Apple also released sixth beta of watchOS 4, macOS High Sierra and tvOS 11 to developers. Public beta 5 of iOS 11 seeded to PB testers.

Via 9to5mac and MacRumors

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