Today Apple released the seventh beta of iOS 10 to developers and public beta testers.

This comes after the new mobile operating system was unveiled at Apple’s 2016 WWDC event, since which time, Apple has been releasing a number of iOS 10 versions for developers and the public to test ahead of its official release.

We don’t yet know what the seventh beta includes, however, it’s likely that it will simply include a few bug fixes, rather than new features.

You can download iOS 10 beta 7 over-the-air today, or via Apple’s Developer Center.

In its full version, iOS 10 comes with a range of new features and design changes, including a new lock screen, 3D Touch menus and notifications, a redesigned Control Center, and more widgets to be shown in the Notifications Center.

It is expected that Apple will release iOS 10 alongside the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus at some point in September, possibly September 16th.

Via: MacRumours

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