iOS 11.1 Beta is a beta version of the upcoming version of iOS, which was released to developers on September 10th.
The beta also includes a number of improvements that have been introduced in the previous iOS 11, including support for the iPad Pro and the addition of the Apple Watch.
While iOS 11 does not support Apple Pay, it does bring several new features to the table.
Apple Pay has been the most prominent addition to iOS 11 with the introduction of a new card reader.
This new card is an improved version of a feature that was previously only available in Apple Pay for a limited time.
The new card allows you to pay for things like movies, games, and subscriptions on the fly, and Apple Pay is now a feature built into iOS 11 that can be used to make payments in any Apple product.
Apple is also rolling out support for iCloud accounts and is making the process of signing up for an account more simple, but not without the risk of confusion.
The iCloud sign-up process will be streamlined in iOS 11 and Apple will also offer a unified way for people to manage and manage iCloud accounts for each of their devices, AppleInsider reports.
Apple also introduced support for Apple Pay on the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus.
With Apple Pay support now available for iPhones 6 and 6 Plus, you can use Apple Pay to pay on the go without having to switch devices to make a purchase.
Apple Watch support has also been added to the iPhone.
You can now pay for everything from groceries to airline tickets with the Apple Pay payment system.