Apple launched the seventh beta of iOS 13 today, which release consisted of image files that appear to suggest that Apple will hold its next huge iPhone unveiling occasion on September 10, 2019.
A screenshot of iOS in the beta identified “HoldForRelease” was initially discovered by iHelpBR however shared on MacRumors and somewhere else. The image consists of an iOS Calendar app icon that states September 10 on it. A comparable screenshot was discovered stating September 12 soon prior to Apple’s iPhone revealing occasion in 2015. That occasion was hung on– you thought it– September12 Likewise this time around, variations of the image with the date on them were discovered illustrating both the iPhone and iPad user interfaces.
Obviously, this date was most likely anyhow. The existing version of Apple often holds its iPhone occasion around the exact same time each September. The occasion is frequently in the 2nd week of September and typically on a Tuesday. In 2015’s occasion was on a Wednesday most likely due to the fact that the Tuesday fell on September11 (It was Tuesday, September 12 in 2017.).
Apple is anticipated to expose 3 brand-new iPhones at the occasion, in addition to a brand-new Apple Watch. There have actually likewise been reports from the supply chain about an upcoming 16- inch redesign of the MacBook Pro, though the sourcing on those reports is not strong enough to report what’s including any certainty.
We’ll likewise see the very first public releases of iOS 13 and macOS Catalina in the weeks following the occasion. Apple has actually usually launched its brand-new os soon after the occasion and soon prior to the gadgets really deliver. Hence, mid-September is most likely for iOS 13’s release.
iOS 13 will present Dark Mode– formerly seen in macOS Mojave– to iPhones and iPads, and it will spin the iPad os into a brand-new branch called iPadOS. Its many enhancements will consist of multitasking, external storage assistance, and more. The Reminders app is likewise set to get a long-needed overhaul, and there will be some significant modifications to the Maps app also.
As constantly, Ars will report on all these advancements as they strike. That consists of a liveblog on September 10 that ought to be the last date of the occasion.