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I have already installad iOS11 Beta 1 with Apple Beta Software Program.

But there are new beta releases (Beta 2 and Beta 3), when I navigate to settings-general-software update, it says,

iOS 11.0 Your software is up to date

I have also checked version, it's 11.0 (15A5278f) which is actually Beta 1.

Why don't new updates appear in software update section? How can I install new beta versions?

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I had the same problem.

On your phone log onto beta.apple.com with the AppleID you used to sign up for the public beta.

There should be a link, once you log on, to tap on to download the correct profile that will then kick off the next available IOS Beta release.

  • this solved my problem and I installed Beta 2, but I'm not able to install Beta 3, have you installed beta 3? – ocanal Jul 21 '17 at 15:40
  • The public betas are not released in sync with the developer betas. They are two different animals and not released at the same time. I imagine that the dev betas are tested by developers before the public betas are released. But I am just guessing on that... – Steve Chambers Jul 21 '17 at 15:52
  • :) that's a little bit interesting, I really don't remember whether I installed the developer or public beta for the first time. Anyway, I can handle it with Beta 2, no problem and thanks for help. – ocanal Jul 21 '17 at 15:56
  • i've installed Beta 2 but the version number is 15A5318g which is actually Beta 3. forums.macrumors.com/threads/… – ocanal Jul 21 '17 at 16:07

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