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iOS 10 and watchOS 3 Coming September 13, macOS Sierra Coming September 20

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At today's event held at the Bill Graham Civic Center in San Francisco, Apple announced the new iPhone 7 and 7 Plus, the Apple Watch Series 2, and shared release dates for iOS 10, watchOS 3, and macOS Sierra.


Both iOS 10 and watchOS 3 will be released to the public on Tuesday, September 13, three days before the September 16 release date of the iPhone 7 and the iPhone 7 Plus. The iPhone 7 and the iPhone 7 Plus will both ship with iOS 10 while the Apple Watch Series 2 will ship with watchOS 3.

macOS Sierra will be released to the public one week later, on Tuesday, September 20, according to Apple's macOS Sierra webpage.

Apple has not yet provided a release date for the tvOS 10 operating system that has also been in beta testing since June. The tvOS 10 website simply says "Coming Soon."

Article Link: iOS 10 and watchOS 3 Coming September 13, macOS Sierra Coming September 20
 

btrach144

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iOS 10 and wOS 3 betas are solid but I'm shocked about Serria coming out so soon. It needs more polish.
 
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allanfries

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Damn!! I was hoping to install IOS10 of my 6s today. Yes, just so I can delete stock apps. :D Oh well?
 
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buckwheet

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hmm... I'm just thinking; would they really release macOS 12 (or Sierra) without any new hardware? Really? Just plunking a free system update on their site? That doesn't make much sense... I'm wondering (probably wishful thinking) whether there might still be a mac-related hardware announcement before then (or maybe on the 20th)?
 
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person s

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in Sydney at this moment it's lunchtime on the 13th
no iOS 10 here :(

[it's ok, I know it's coming at 10 am Pacific time]
 
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