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Developers who are part of the Apple Developer Program will be delighted to know that the fifth beta of iOS 17 is now out. The new beta release comes a month away before the official release of the update, which is expected in September.
The developer test of iOS 17 started in June and has now reached numerous releases, including its availability to public testers. It comes with boatloads of new features and improvements, but expect that not all of them will be included in the final release. For instance, Apple’s UI improvements in the early betas have been removed in the newer ones. This will probably be observed again in some system sections in iOS 15 Developer Beta 5.
On the other hand, there are still a lot of things iOS 17 can excite you with. Some of them include new features like Check In, StandBy mode, Sensitive Content Warning, better autocorrection, NameDrop, Visual Look Up improvements, and more.
We will provide a separate article for all the changes (and hopefully new features) included in iOS 17 Developer Beta 5. For now, what do you think of this new beta release? Let us know in the comment section!