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iOS 11.4.1 Release Date Tips & Tricks



If You Decide to Try the iOS 11.4.1 Beta

If You Decide to Try the iOS 11.4.1 Beta

The iOS 11.4.1 beta might be tempting, but most people should avoid the pre-release version of Apple's next iOS 11 update. 

Trying out pre-release software is a great way to get familiar with changes, test performance and impress your friends, but this is a beta and early software can, and probably will, cause problems on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch.

If you rely on your phone or tablet to get you through a day of school or work, you should stay put on iOS 11.4 or whatever version of iOS you're currently running. 

If you do decide to give the iOS 11.4.1 beta a whirl, here are a few resources that could help.

We've put together a series of guides aimed at average users that want to try software like iOS 11.4.1 ahead of time. These guides will help you fix issues and they'll help you install the software in a matter of minutes. 

Before you install the iOS 11.4.1 beta, have a look at our list of things to do before installing early iOS software. It'll help you and your device get ready. 

If you're new to the beta process, take a look at our guide to installing iOS beta software on the iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch. 

We've also released a guide that'll take you through fixes for iOS 11 beta problems and some tips to improve iOS 11 beta battery life.



  1. Adso Rossi

    01/05/2018 at 4:01 pm

    Let’s hope this time Apple forgets about “new features” and just works on stability and performance….would be about bloody time.

  2. T.A.

    06/22/2018 at 12:53 am

    I’d be VERY happy if Apple merely fixed the battery drainage!

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