Here’s how you can update to iOS 11.0.1 from iOS 11 beta or GM with configuration profile installed for developers or public betas.
With new iPhones released yearly, we get new versions of iOS to take advantage of all the new features those iPhones bring. The updated iOS also comes to existing models, and that is something that Apple is very proud of. In fact, it likes to point out how many of its users update to the latest and greatest version of iOS 11, especially compared to the number of people who get to use the latest version of Android.
With the iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus, we got iOS 11, and it’s available to download for everyone who owns a compatible device. Apple has even pushed out an update just for the stable release in iOS 11.0.1. But what if you are using the iOS 11 betas? How do you get back onto the normal, public release schedule and install iOS 11.0.1?
Well, it’s actually really simple and you probably should do it before too long.
While playing around with new beta releases of iOS 11 was great fun, especially getting to try out all the great new multitasking features that arrived for the iPad, sometimes it is beneficial to be running on the latest official release rather than whatever Apple happens to push out for testing. If you were previously on the public beta program though, you will need to delete the profile that you installed to kick this all off. We already told you exactly how to do that, and it’s as easy as it sounds – locate the profile in the Settings app and delete it. Perform a quick restart after that, and you’re golden.
Of course, if you do wish to stay on the beta track then leave the profile exactly where it is right now, but remember, sometimes it’s just nice to have a stable iPhone or iPad, especially now that all the new hotness is available for everyone!