The next Watch Series, iPhones, and other products will be unveiled at Apple’s Wonderlust event on September 12 in preparation for this. Mark Gurman, a dependable source, just updated his weekly Power On email with some fresh details on the next software update for iPhones and iPads with less than two weeks left. In June of this year, at its annual WWDC, the Cupertino-based tech behemoth unveiled iOS 17 and iPadOS 17.
The more recent iterations of Apple’s operating system for iPhones and iPads often come out in phases. They frequently make their public debut at the business’ yearly fall event. The recently released software versions go through thorough beta testing before this.
According to sources within Apple, according to Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman, the eighth betas of iOS 17 and iPadOS 17 are reportedly being treated as the final versions. Developers and beta testers in the public received the ninth beta version of both OS last week. The Cupertino-based tech behemoth intends to release updated software for both the iPhone and iPad simultaneously.
On September 12 of the previous year, iOS 16 was made available exclusively for iPhones. However, the iPadOS 16 was released on October 24, over a month after the iOS 16. This resulted from the Stage Manager’s problems. The impending iOS 17 and iPadOS 17 are anticipated to be released soon after the September 12 launch announcement for the iPhone 15.
For those who are unaware, iOS 17 now includes enhancements such as Standby mode, new AirDrop features, interactive widgets, and a diary app. A personalized lock screen, Safari profiles, a health app, and other features will be included with iPadOS 17.