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Apple still hasn’t released the official iOS 17.1 update to general users. Nonetheless, developers and public testers can now get the TestFlight 3.4.3 update, which fixes a bug in the latest iOS 17.1 and iPadOS 17.1 beta versions.

This could be a huge disappointment for many, as previous reports point to October 24 as the update’s release date. France’s Agence Nationale Des Fréquences, which was promised to receive a fix for its issue via iOS 17.1, even directly specified the date as the update’s official release. However, until now, no iOS 17.1 update is still available to the public.

On the other hand, Apple is now offering the new TestFlight 3.4.3 to developers and public testers with the latest iOS 17.1 beta update. According to the iPhone maker, there is an issue with the beta app invitation that makes the redemption code unusable.

“TestFlight 3.4.3 is now available on the App Store for iPhone and iPad. This update includes stability improvements and bug fixes,” Apple wrote. “Specifically, an issue preventing users from accepting an invitation to test a beta app via redemption code was resolved. Testers on iOS 17.1, iPadOS 17.1, or later will need to use this latest version of TestFlight in order to accept an invitation via redemption code.”

TestFlight is offered to testers and developers in the iOS Developer Program. It is an online service for over-the-air installation and testing of mobile applications and allows developers to upload a beta build of their app or App Clip to App Store Connect. Testers will then use the TestFlight app to install the developer’s app and provide feedback. It supports apps for iOS, iPadOS, macOS, tvOS, visionOS, watchOS, and iMessage. It also covers automatic updates, allowing testers to get the latest build.


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