IOS 17 release date: Apple unveiled the new version of iOS, iOS 17, in June during WWDC. The initial beta hit the scenes in June, followed by the first taste of the public beta arriving in July. Now, after the iPhone 15 event, the official release date for iOS 17 has been revealed – it’s coming on September 18th. Shall we dive into what we can anticipate?
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iOS 17 Release Date:
Update 9/18 – 10:03 am PT: iOS 17 has been officially launched.
Update 9/18: During the iPhone 15 event, Apple confirmed that iOS 17 is launching today. As always, they didn’t share the exact launch time.
However, Apple typically releases its annual iOS updates at the same time every year – 10 am PT.
Though it’s possible that Apple surprises us and releases it at a different time, many app updates compatible with iOS 17 are live on the App Store this morning before the official iOS update. Keep reading to discover the scoop on Apple’s typical iOS update release schedule.
Apple revealed its major new version of iOS in the WWDC keynote, and within a few hours, the first developer beta was launched.
iOS 17 brings changes like updates to the iPhone’s interface and new Standby smart display mode, new features for Messages, Live Voicemail, Contact Posters, new health features, larger upgrades from AirPods Pro 2, and much more.
Apple is set to launch iOS 17 for everyone on Sunday, September 18.
Historically, Apple almost always kicks off major updates at 10 am PT, except with one exception in the past six years:
iOS 16 launched at 10am PT / 1pm ET.
iOS 15 launched at 10am PT / 1pm ET.
iOS 14 launched at 1pm PT / 4 pm ET.
This was an outlier as Apple launched it only a day after the public release of the iPhone 12 event.
iOS 13 launched at 10am PT / 1pm ET.
iOS 12 launched at 10am PT / 1pm ET.
iOS 11 launched at 10am PT / 1pm ET.
As mentioned above, it’s always possible for Apple to switch things up, but the signs are good that iOS 17 will drop at 10 am PT this morning.
With iOS 16.4 and later, installing and testing the iOS beta is now much easier within iPhone settings.
But if you want to wait, the official public release is very close.”
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