iOS 10 Release date
iOS 10 Release with iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus
Apple users are waiting with trust upcoming iOS 10 new iOS version today unveiled with new features and enhancements. There are more features includes like a smarter Siri, improved camera app, a Dark mode, and more. Just like previous years, Apple will be releasing the final build of iOS 10 later this fall, likely alongside the release of the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus. However, iOS 10 new version will entirely it is new features and enhancements with new settings when overthrow until released iOS versions iOS 9.3 iOS 9.3.1, iOS 9.3.2 and back.
The company will be releasing beta versions of the OS for developers and public beta testers for testing purposes. Apple users thought iOS 9.3.3 is will be next iOS version but it was an only word with recognition iOS 10. Technically, iOS 10 is out right now, launching the same day as WWDC in beta form to developers. It’s not ready for average iPhone and iPad users who aren’t making apps just yet. The first developer preview of iOS 10 will be released later today. Apple will start the public beta test of iOS 10 from July.
iOS 10 supports the following devices:
- iPhone 5/5s/5c
- iPhone SE
- iPhone 6/6s
- iPhone 6 Plus/6s Plus
- 9.7-inch and 12.9-inch iPad Pro
- iPad Air/ Air 2
- iPad 4
- iPad mini 3/4
- iPod Touch 6th generation
when iOS 10 will be release
The final release of iOS 10 will likely be released sometime in the third week of September, which means that we can see the final release of the OS drop on September 21. This is just a speculation on my part based on Apple’s release cycle for previous versions of the OS.
That’s good news. Last year’s public beta was a success for Apple judging from the smoother sailing of iOS 9, and it continued that streak with new iOS 9.3 features that also went through a three-month beta.Apple is planning an iOS 10 public beta in July, and it’ll help squash bugs two months before the official release date. iOS 10 comes with many major new features including a new HomeKit app, dark theme, a smarter and more powerful Siri with third-party app integration, and the ability to hide system apps.
If you decide to wait for the final version of iOS 10, it’ll take a while longer due to additional bug testing. A stable version of iOS 10 should launch alongside the new iPhine 7 and iPhone 7 Plus in September.