Earlier today, Apple suddenly took the Apple Beta Software Program website offline for a short period of time, and the website is now back online.
As is customary, Apple's such sites are temporarily maintained in order to add new content to the site that was not previously available,Specifically to the website, this shows that iOS 17 and other new systems announced earlier will usher in the public beta version.
In fact, Apple did write on the home page of the Apple Beta website after maintenance: "New Public Beta releases for iOS 17, iPadOS 17, macOS Sonoma, Apple tvOS 17, HomePod software v17, and watchOS 10 are coming soon."
However, At present, Apple has not announced the specific launch time of the public beta version of iOS 17 and other systems.
Fast technology extended reading:
Traditionally, Apple releases the first public beta of a new system in the second week of July, so if nothing else, iOS 17 will go live around July 10.
For users who don't want to wait, Apple has now made the developer beta versions of iOS 17, watchOS 10, macOS Sonoma and other systems free and open, without joining the Apple Developer program.