iOS 7 Will Be Available For iPads And iPhones On September 18
At their event this morning in Cupertino, Apple’s Craig Federighi announced that iOS 7 will be available to everyone beginning on September 18th. iOS 7 was first announced back at WWDC in June, and has spent the last three months in a developer-only (wink, wink) Beta testing mode.
As expected, the update will be available for the iPhone 4 and later, the iPad 2 and later, the iPad mini, and the 5th gen iPod touch.
“Since we make updates easy, and available to as many customers as possible,” Apple CEO Tim Cook said. “iOS 7 will quickly become the world’s most popular mobile operating system.”
Those are some bold words, considering how dramatic a shift iOS 7 is away from the norm. If you’ve somehow missed it, iOS 7 is a pretty massive departure from iOS’ past iterations. Almost every core visual of the OS — from the icons, to…
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