September is not far away, which means that soon we will be able to look at the new iPhones. Allegedly, the event will take place on September 7. Shortly after that, iOS 16 and the other operating systems will be distributed. macOS will probably come a little later. The upcoming release will soon mean the end of the test journey for all iOS and Co beta testers. Now the company has released the developer beta 7.
Especially in this phase, not too much will change. We will still keep you up to date if there is any news. The update can now be obtained via the OTA system in the settings.
as soon as it is clear what is new in this beta version, you will find out about it as usual with us. If you have a developer profile on your device, you can try to update the system in the settings.
Apple is rumored to be planning a special event for September 7, where it will announce the iPhone 14 and new Apple Watch hardware. Also at this event, we expect Apple to announce the release date of iOS 16, watchOS 9, and tvOS 16. If history is any precedent, iOS 16 will likely be released sometime during the week of September 12.
Meanwhile, iPadOS 16 has reportedly been delayed until October as Apple works to improve the new Stage Manager multitasking feature.
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