iOS 11.1 Beta 3 Released for Testing

Oct 16, 2017 - 6 Comments

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Apple has released iOS 11.1 beta 3 for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch users who are enrolled in the beta testing programs. Separately, tvOS 11.1 beta 3 and watchOS 4.1 beta 3 are also available for best testing too.


The iOS 11.1 beta 3 software update is available now for developers enrolled in the developer testing program, whereas the public beta testing version is usually soon to follow.

Users enrolled in the beta testing programs can download iOS 11.1 beta 3 now through the Software Update mechanism in Settings app of compatible iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.

iOS 11.1 beta 3

iOS 11.1 focuses on bug fixes and feature enhancements, hundreds of new emojis, re-includes the 3D Touch gesture to access multitasking on iPhone which is missing from the initial iOS 11 release, and will likely include a few new features like Apple Pay Cash.

New emoji in iOS 11.1 and macOS High Sierra 10.13.1

Additionally, watchOS 4.1 beta 3 and tvOS 11.1 beta 3 are also available for developers and those interested in running beta software on their Apple Watch and Apple TV. Those updates are available through their respective OTA software update mechanisms in Settings as well.

macOS High Sierra 10.13.1 beta 3 has not yet been released for Mac users, but if Apple follows the usual beta release cycle it will debut soon as well.

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Posted by: Paul Horowitz in News

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  1. billybobby says:

    Any news on DrainGate?

    My 6s Plus lost 98% in 1:50 during a walk with podcasts.

    With three reboots ( to get back battery %) I managed to just barely make a 3:15 walk.

    I used to only use around 30 to 40%.

  2. Gene Masseth says:

    billybobby, there’s something else going on with your phone. I’ve got a 6s+, IOS 11 and get nothing like that. I’ve found, though, that PvZ2 and YouTube, if both left running in the background, will try to eat the battery. I kill both when I’m done using them.

    • Billybobby says:

      Just podcast app. Nothing else open or running in background. No phone calls, downloads, etc etc.

      Just walking listening to podcasts

  3. adam says:

    battery life still sucks. even restored the phone and setup as new, forgoing the restore of latest backup.

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