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Apple on Monday issued its sixth developer betas of iOS 11, tvOS 11, watchOS 4, and macOS High Sierra, paving the way for full launches due this fall.
The new iOS 11 beta is listed as build 15A5354b, and should be available as an over-the-air update or else through Apple's developer portal. The latest High Sierra beta, 17A344b, is available in a similar manner on compatible Macs.
The new tvOS and watchOS betas are listed as builds 15J5360b and 15R5357b, respectively. Here the update process can potentially be more complex, for instance requiring a nearby iPhone in the case of watchOS.
Apple's fifth developer betas were released exactly a week ago. It's not yet clear what changes may have been made, beyond standard bugfixes intended to get the software ready for launch.
Public versions of the new betas will likely arrive later this week.
Update: Apple has released the public beta versions of iOS 11 and macOS High Sierra for testing.