Apple releases iOS 11.4, tvOS 11.4, and watchOS 4.3.1 betas

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Following last week’s release of the final public version of iOS 11.3, Apple today released the first developer beta of iOS 11.4 for iPhones, iPads, and iPod touches. A public version of 11.4 beta will follow in the near future, but may or may not be the same as the first developer release.
Apple’s web site briefly referred to iOS 11.4 as the version that would include support for its new ClassKit API for development of educational apps, but the reference was pulled for unknown reasons shortly before iOS 11.3’s release. Regardless, the version of Xcode shipping alongside iOS 11.4 is slated to include ClassKit APIs, and it’s likely that some beta release of iOS 11.4 will support ClassKit as well.
We’ll update this article with additional details on what is discovered in the iOS 11.4 beta. Caution is urged for those considering updating to this release, as we’ve already noticed major lags in the OS, including features such as HomePod control.
The developer release of iOS 11.4 includes support for all iPhones from the iPhone 5s through iPhone X, all iPads from the iPad Air and iPad mini 2 through the iPad Pro 10.5-inch, and the sixth-generation iPod touch. It is approximately 300 Megabytes in size as a delta update from the last beta release of iOS 11.3.
Apple also released the developer betas of tvOS 11.4 for the fourth-generation Apple TV and Apple TV 4K, as well as watchOS 4.3.1 developer beta for Apple Watch. The company generally does not release public betas for the Apple Watch.

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