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Following today's media event, Apple has seeded the golden master (GM) version of iOS 7 to developers. This represents the final build that will be released to the public on September 18 for installation on existing devices. iOS 7 will also be included on the iPhone 5s and iPhone 5c, which launch in the first round of markets on September 20.

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The GM version of iOS 7 arrives as build 11A465, and Apple has also released a GM build of Xcode 5 to support iOS 7.

Article Link: Apple Seeds iOS 7 Golden Master Build to Developers Ahead of September 18 Public Launch
 

mattburley7

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Oct 13, 2011
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now that this is out will we start to see updated apps that fit in the new design with iOS 7 or wont that happen till after the public launch on the 18th?
 

Ashin

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Jun 19, 2010
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A good time for people to download, test, and downgrade when you realise how awful it is :rolleyes:
 

GreyOS

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Apr 12, 2012
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Damn, was maxing out my 24mbit connection at 2mb/s+ for first minute or so, now crawled down to 300kb/s... :'(
 

Bathplug

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Jul 12, 2010
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I hope they've changed back changes made in the music app. They need to collapse the artist albums back into grid view. As it stands now there all expanded in chronological order which is stupid and annoying scrolling through all the songs just to get to the song or album you want.
 

Reach9

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Few questions...

When restoring your iPhone or iOS Device, do you guys get an option of downloading the iWork suite, iPhoto and iMovie for free. I.e Can people with older iPhones set up their iPhone as a new one and download iWork for free?

What happens when iOS 7 is released to the public next week? If this is the same one, does one still have to upgrade on Sept 18th?
 
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