On September 7, Apple is anticipated to hold an event to reveal its forthcoming iPhone 14 and Apple Watch Series 8 models. Next month, the business will also make its software improvements final for iOS 16. A recent rumor claims that Apple completed the basic version of iOS 16 development last week in preparation for the September release.
The firm will consider it appropriate to release iOS 16 in September, but Mark Gurman reports that iPadOS 16 may be postponed in his most recent Power On newsletter.
Along with the new iPhone 14 series and Apple Watch Series 8 devices, iOS 16 and watchOS 9 are expected to be released in September. It has been mentioned before that Apple could postpone the release of iPadOS 16 for a few weeks. The analyst has confirmed the report and claims that the public release of iPadOS 16 and macOS 13 Ventura will take place in October.
Given the variety of improvements, it includes, iOS 16 is a significant release. The Messages app changes, iCloud Shared Photo Library, a new Battery Percentage symbol, and many more noteworthy additions are just a few of the most prominent ones. The redesigned Lock Screen, however, will be the update’s centerpiece.
On September 7, Apple intends to hold an event to release its new flagship products. The new iPhone 14 versions will go on sale a little earlier than normal. Apple may have pushed back the launch date to minimize the effect of the world economic crisis.