Apple Releases iOS 17 Developer Beta 7, Here’s What’s Changed

Apple has just released iOS 17 developer beta 7. The latest installment of the iOS 17 developer beta is now available for download on all devices that support iOS 17.

If you’re a registered Apple Developer (paid and non-paid), then you can head over to the Software Update section of your device and install the new release. The build number for today’s release is 21A5319a.

iOS 17 developer beta 7 is accompanied by other betas including iPadOS 17 Developer Beta 7, macOS Sonama Beta 6, watchOS 10 beta 7, tvOS 17 beta 7, and macOS 13.6 Ventura beta 1.

iOS 17 is expected to make its public debut in September. The new update brings a number of new features to iPhones and iPads including personalized call screens, live voicemail, Messages app features like Check-In, a new app drawer, search filters, the ability to create your own stickers from photos, Recorded messages for FaceTime video, StandBy feature, interactive widgets, AirDrop features like NameDrop, AirDrop transfers over the Internet, New Journal app, improved autocorrect and inline predictions, Safari profiles, Face ID protected private browsing, Adaptive Audio and other features for AirPods, offline support for Maps, Siri enhancements and more.

We are installing iOS 17 Developer Beta 7 and iPadOS 17 Developer Beta 7. We will update this post if any changes are discovered in today’s release.

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