Just 3 days after releasing the 8th beta of iOS 11 and other operating systems, Apple releases a 9th beta for both iOS and TVOS, a system that brings Apple TV to life. It is worth mentioning that this is the first time that Apple releases 9 beta versions of the same operating system for developers to test.
Since the beginning of June Apple has released trial versions of the next version of its operating system, announced at WWDC 2017. In these almost 3 months of testing, the company founded by Steve Jobs there released a lot of news for the 11th version of iOS.
The maximum beta versions iOS ever had were 8. And even then, that only happened twice. One with the then-called iPhone OS 2, which was used on iPhone 3G and iOS 10. Of course we are not counting GM versions (Golden Master), considering that they are already final versions.
What could this indicate? That the system still has bugs enough to worry Apple on the eve of official announcements? In addition, Apple has already sent to the press the invitations of the special event that will present to the world the new iPhones. As already speculated by the Wall Street Journal, it will be on September 12, a Tuesday.
In addition to the new iPhones, Apple is expected to launch along with them iOS 11, tvOS 11, watchOS 4 and macOS High Sierra 10.13. A new Apple TV that supports 4K resolution is also expected. And for those who sign up for the Apple Beta Software Program, it has also released the eighth beta versions of iOS 11 and tvOS 11 for the public.
In today’s connected world, worrying about the time we spend using the smartphone is a common problem for many people. Many applications and services have been created to aid in the healthy use of these devices, but many people do not make use of them, for fear of what they will see or for the simple fact that they do not want to look for one.
This is not an excuse for iOS users because the system has a feature that allows you to view the time spent on each application in the last 24 hours. It does not stay in the most intuitive place, but it’s still there for anyone who needs a reality crash on how much of their time is wasted on apps.
Reports come with battery usage information. They show the time the application became active on the screen and in the background on the last day. Just open the Settings application, touch the battery option and then the small clock at the top of the screen. When selecting the clock, the app will show by how much you used the app.