IOS 11

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  1. Thomas1977

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    has anyone tried iOS 11 yet? It’s in public beta now. I did and it’s really cool.
     
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    I've been on the Public Beta almost since it began; though only on my iPad. It's been looking pretty solid the last couple of updates.

    Multitaskers are going to have to relearn a lot of things; but it will be worth it.
    Files is a big improvement over the iCloud Drive app.
    Notes has a few more features and is more flexible.
    Much more.

    Chances are iOS 11 will be released on or soon after the Apple event the 12th. The usual precautions apply.
     
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  3. J. A.

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    There’s also Developer Beta, which has been made available earlier than Public beta.

    I’m also using Public beta 11, on two of my devices, an iPad and an iPhone. Except for one issue, which has been fixed by an update, I didn’t have any problems.
     
  4. brixtonboy

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    I think it's extremely unfair l'm still on 10.3.3 and you people are talking about 11 l want to
     
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    Just a few days, and you'll get it as well. :)
     
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    Aber will it work on my iPhone 5S or apart from security updates is it a waste of time and make it super s.l.o.w.........
     
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    Your iPhone 5s is compatible with iOS 11. No idea whether or not it will become slow when you update. It’s one of the "oldest" devices getting the new software, so it’s possible that you’ll notice a difference between iOS 10 and 11. Apple will certainly be aware of that, though. I remember that they released an update for the iPad 2, last year, I think, so that it could handle the software without major problems.
     
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    Thanks for that, think l'll be a bit sneaky here and wait a while for owners who have automatic update set on and start to ask the question how they can go back to the older version, because their handy is slow
     
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    You're welcome.
    To get an impression of the software and it's possible impact on your iPhone, it might be better to look at comments in iPhone Forums. I don't expect too many posts from iPhone owners on this forum.
     
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    Your right after l posted it l saw it was the iPad forum,
    I follow both anyway, no sweat.
    Like to keep on top of what members are saying about me. :)
     
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